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  • Tariffs 2018

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    With the document below you can calculate precisely the fees and charges you will have to pay. If you are in doubt or if you have any question, you can always contact BIPT via e-mail ( or by phone (02 226 88 75).
  • Skype fined by BIPT regarding the SkypeOut telecom service

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  • Inquiry about the users’ perception of the Belgian electronic communications market

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    Brussels, 30 September 2014 - BIPT publishes the results of the annual inquiry carried out by the UCL (Université catholique de Louvain) about the users’ perception of the Belgian electronic communications market The results show in particular that only one in two users has the feeling of being well informed about his rights.Then again, the number of users saying they have switched operators, has slightly risen.
  • BIPT imposes a 16% decrease of the wholesale mobile termination rates

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    Brussels, 31 May 2017 – After a market analysis, the BIPT Council adopted a new decision regarding the mobile call termination market. Based on an updated cost model, BIPT imposes a maximum termination rate of 0.99 eurocent/min on mobile telephony operators. The other measures laid down by this decision concern, among others, transparency, non-discrimination and interconnection between operators. The decision enters into force on 1 July 2017.
  • East Flanders 2019-1

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  • Atlas project - Validation of the coverage data provided by the mobile operators

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    The BIPT carries out monitoring campaigns in the field to verify whether the coverage data provided by the mobile operators are correct.
  • Quality of mobile telecommunications networks: BIPT increases transparency

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  • BIPT compares the tariffs for telecommunications services in Belgium

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    Brussels – 20 December 2018 – BIPT has compared the tariffs for telecommunications services in Belgium. The study shows potential cost savings up to 55 euros per months for certain bundles, or 660 euros per year. The difference between the cheapest and the most expensive offer can be very high.
  • BIPT launches a public consultation regarding the granting of a concession for the distribution of acknowledged newspapers

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    Brussels, 3 December 2013 - BIPT put on line on its website a public consultation asking feed-back from the actors of the postal market regarding the conditions under which a public service concession could be granted to ensure distribution of the acknowledged newspapers and periodicals.
  • Average Belgian telecom prices compared to neighbouring countries Fiche

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    At the request of Vice Prime Minister Johan Vande Lanotte, BIPT carried out a comparative study of the prices for telecom products in Belgium and our neighbouring countries. That study shows average results for Belgium. Telecom bundles often provide high Internet quality but are pricy. The prices for mobile telephony decreased considerably late 2012, resulting in a better current ranking for Belgium in this field. Stand-alone offers for fixed telephony and Internet are rather cheap or average in price. Both however are losing ground on the Belgian market because of the growing success of the bundles.

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