• Net neutrality

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    Net neutrality refers to a set of rules aiming at ensuring equal treatment of the information flow on the internet.
  • Net neutrality principle

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    In Belgium, net neutrality is regulated under Regulation (EU) 2015/2120. Within the framework of the application of these rules, BIPT takes as much as possible account of the BEREC Guidelines on the implementation by national regulators of European net neutrality rules. BIPT has not drafted additional national guidelines. The obligations arising from the Act of 13 June 2005 on electronic communications concerning contractual information, transparency and quality of service remain applicable.
  • Public Consultation on the Cost Model for Ethernet Transport on Proximus’ Network

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    The BIPT is organising a consultation on the cost model for Ethernet transport on Proximus’ network.
  • Decision on the Pricing of Ethernet transport in the Context of Proximus’ Wholesale Offers

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    The BIPT reviews the pricing of Ethernet transport, previously determined by the Decision of 13 January 2015.
  • Ethernet Cost Model – Public Version

    Publications › Other -
    Public version of the cost model for Ethernet transport on Proximus’ network.
  • Ethernet Cost Model – User Manual

    Publications › Other -
    This document describes how to use the cost model for Ethernet transport on Proximus’ network.
  • Ethernet Cost Model – Descriptive Manual

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    This document describes the modelling approach, the structure of the model as well as the calculation process followed during the development of the cost model for Ethernet transport on Proximus’ network.
  • Ethernet Cost Model – Excel File for the Comments

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    Excel file for the comments within the framework of the consultation on the cost model for Ethernet transport on Proximus’ network.
  • Consultation regarding a draft bill on the use of jammers

    Publications › Consultation -
    The consultation concerns the exceptions to the ban on the use of jammers provided for in the Act of 13 June 2005 on electronic communications.
  • Construction of infrastructure

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    For the roll-out of his network, an operator is entitled to use, among other things, the façades that give out onto the public road. Prior to carrying out such works on private property, the operator has to try to obtain an ‘agreement’ with the owner in question.

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