Review of the fixed narrowband services wholesale markets

  • Start: 19 March 2009
  • Status: Closed
  • End: 04 June 2009

In this review we assess the state of competition in the wholesale fixed narrowband services markets.

Where competition is not effective we assess how best we should regulate the behaviour of any company we find to have Significant Market Power (SMP), which is the power to influence markets in a way that could be detrimental to consumers.

The wholesale fixed narrowband services are the markets that provide wholesale products for access (exchange lines) and calls on fixed networks. These wholesale products are used by retailers to provide products to citizens and consumers.

We explain our proposals and the analysis behind them in this consultation and invite comment on them.

Main documents

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BT.pdf (PDF File, 675.3 KB) Organisation
Federation_of_Communication1.pdf (PDF File, 99.9 KB) Organisation
KCOM.pdf (PDF File, 96.2 KB) Organisation
o2.pdf (PDF File, 128.5 KB) Organisation
sse.pdf (PDF File, 77.0 KB) Organisation
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