Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Ofcom to allow Openreach to set wholesale fibre prices…for now

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 21 May 14

U.K. regulator outlines rules that aim to make it cheaper and easier to switch service providers.

Ofcom has proposed new rules that make it quicker and cheaper to switch broadband providers that rely on BT's network, but stopped short of capping wholesale fibre prices. Today, when a consumer switches ISP, the company they are switching to has to pay BT's wholesale arm Openreach a &pound…

Ofcom has proposed new rules that make it quicker and cheaper to switch broadband providers that rely on BT's network, but stopped short of capping wholesale fibre prices. Today, when a consumer switches ISP, the company they are switching to has to pay BT's wholesale arm Openreach a &pound…

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