Hungary's telecoms reach truces over interconnection issues

Smyth, Robert
March 2002
Budapest Business Journal;3/11/2002, Vol. 10 Issue 14, p30
Reports the truce between alternative telecommunication PanTel Rt. with fixed-line incumbent Matál;av Rt. in Budapest, Hungary. Emphasis on the interconnection issues of telecommunications company; Role of the arbitration council in resolving interconnection issues; Accessibility of Internet service providers to infrastructure of local provider.


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