The Dutch Competition Authority opens a consultation with market participants to assess whether a different form of access to the cable network is needed for ensuring effective competition with regard to high-speed broadband in Amsterdam

ACM: further assessment is needed in areas with high-speed broadband over cable only* The Netherlands Authority for Consumer and Markets (ACM) will assess whether measures are needed to promote competition in areas where people are only able to take out high-speed broadband plans (at least 200 Megabits per second) over the cable network. This was announced in a statement issued by ACM about the progress of its ongoing market study into the market for broadband access. In addition, ACM will investigate whether telecom operator YouCa must be granted access to

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