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Bulgaria decides on telephone markets

Bulgaria's telecom authority, CRC, has adopted a final decision on the definition, analysis and assessment of three markets: access to the public telephone network at a fixed location for residential and business consumers; publicly available national telephone services provided at a fixed location for residential and business consumers; and publicly available international telephone services provided at a fixed location for residential and business consumers. The decision, in line with the EU regulatory framework, results from market analysis that has shown that the defined markets should not be included in the scope of the regulated markets because they do not meet the three-criteria test for definition of a relevant market susceptible to ex ante regulation. So previous significant market power obligations in the previous round of market analysis should be revoked. The CRC has also issued a final decision on cost-oriented prices for call termination on mobile networks for the period 2016-2020 calculated from an adapted BU-LRIC (bottom-up long-run incremental cost) model. More here

  • Monday, 12 December 2016

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