Ofcom to introduce competition rules for BT wholesale pricing

Stubbs, Agnes
March 2015
Capacity Magazine;3/16/2015, p1
UK regulator Ofcom is to introduce a new pricing rule designed to ensure BT maintains a sufficient margin between its wholesale and retail superfast broadband charges.


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