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Proximus has established a new (limited) “Bitstream Multicast” reference offer and submitted it to BIPT following the relevant access and transparency obligation set in the CRC decision of 29 June 2018 on the analysis of the broadband and television broadcasting markets.

On 14 February 2019 BIPT will be starting the preliminary consultation on that draft reference offer. The documents submitted for preliminary consultation are only the “Main Body” and “Annex 2: Technical specifications”.

According to Proximus, due to the lack of a specific request, it is impossible at this stage to establish a sufficiently detailed and complete reference offer.

If information should be lacking in these documents BIPT asks to contact your contact person at Proximus and to inform BIPT as well of this situation.

The term for the preliminary consultation on the reference offers is 4 weeks and ends on 14 March 2019.

This step should enable BIPT to receive a first reaction including possible remarks from beneficiaries and to determine whether based on the draft reference offer a formal decision about the draft with a consultation should be started.

Respondents should kindly make sure that the object of the response contains at least the following reference « CONSULT-2019-B1 » and send this to consultation.sg@bipt.be.

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