Telecompaper reports on the proposal by Spain’s communications and competition regulator, CNMC, to update wholesale fixed broadband rules in the country. The CNMC said that the increase in fibre and cable lines since 2016 means that the share of the market occupied by Telefonica, Europe’s biggest FTTH provider, had fallen below 40 per cent, and as result the company would no longer be required to provide competitor access to its network in 592 ‘competitive’ cities. Other providers would still be able to use of Telefonica’s ‘civil infrastructure’ (conduits and poles) and copper networks. The consultation will close in one month.
Telecompaper reports on the proposal by Spain’s communications and competition regulator, CNMC, to update wholesale fixed broadband rules in the country.
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