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Co-Investment Models for Broadband Infrastructure – an explanation and short critique (updated)

[This is an updated version of my earlier blog piece from July to take account of revisions agreed through the legislative process since then.] *** The new European Communications Code (the “Code” – which I have blogged about here) will introduce a mechanism allowing investments in fibre networks made by operators with significant market power … Continue Reading

Co-Investment Models for Broadband Infrastructure – an explanation and short critique

**NOTE – THERE IS AN UPDATED VERSION OF THIS NOTE HERE ** The new European Communications Code (the “Code” – which we have blogged about here) will introduce a mechanism allowing investments in fibre networks made by operators with significant market power (SMP), in some circumstances, to be excluded from the normal access rules that are … Continue Reading

Significant changes to the UK mobile sector – the consultation on Partial Non-Spots

By Mike Conradi, Partner, Amanda Pilkington, Legal Director and Sophie Levett, Associate – UK A recent consultation paper from the UK government could have significant effects on the UK mobile sector. On 5 November 2014 the Government issued a paper [1]setting out a suite of proposed policies aimed at tackling “partial non-spots” in mobile phone … Continue Reading
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