ACM anticipates savings for Dutch households of up to 200 million euros per year because of fiber-optic arrangements* The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) has published a draft decision following recent proposals from Dutch telecom operator KPN and fiber-optic company Glaspoort regarding lower tariffs and improved conditions for access to their fiber-optic networks. According to ACM, these commitments may have a significant effect on the market for fixed broadband access. It will lead to more competition on price and download speeds in the market, as a result of which it becomes more appealing for households to opt for faster broadband. ACM estimates that, by 2026, households may save as much as 200 million euros per year. That is why ACM will publish the draft
The Dutch Competition Authority accepts the commitments made by a telecom operator and a fiber-optic company to lower tariffs for competitors to access their networks (KPN / Glaspoort)
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