• The BIPT notices the positive impact of market regulation

    Publications › Press release -
    While a lack of competition was noticed in 2018, the BIPT notices that the regulation implemented these past years is paying off without affecting investment in the new generation networks. The competitive dynamic has been restarted, consumers have access to a larger range of offers and get more value for their money when they buy convergent bundles (i.e. including fixed and mobile services). For an identical consumption profile consumers can find cheaper options today than in 2018. However, the evolution is less beneficial for non-convergent solutions (i.e. only including fixed telecom services); the amount to pay for such solutions has increased compared with 2018 while their content has not changed much. Moreover, Belgium remains expensive when compared with its neighbouring countries.
  • Communication of 16 July 2022 on the evolution of the broadband and television markets since Q1 2018

    Publications › Communication -
    How have the retail broadband and TV markets evolved in Belgium since the adoption on 29 June 2018 by the CRC (“Conference of regulators in the electronic communications sector”) of the new regulatory framework governing them?
  • Call for projects - 5G pilots

    News -
    The FPS Economy, assisted by the BIPT, launches a call for 5G pilot projects to encourage the creation of new initiatives.
  • Decisions on the bitstream access on the network of Proximus

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    The decisions listed in this section have been adopted as complements to market analyses in order to specify the obligations of Proximus regarding the bitstream access. Most of these decisions regard the implementation of reference offers developed within this framework by Proximus and historically known under the names “BROBA” (ADSL) and “WBA” (VDSL2).
  • Decisions on the unbundling of the copper local loop on the network of Proximus

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    The decisions listed in this section have been adopted as complements to market analyses in order to specify the obligations of Proximus regarding the unbundling of the local loop. Most of these decisions regard the implementation of the reference offer developed within this framework by Proximus and historically known under the name “BRUO”.
  • Decisions on the broadband access and broadcasting on the cable networks

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    The decisions listed in this section have been adopted in order to specify the obligations of cable-operators regarding the broadband access and broadcasting.
  • Decisions on the unbundling of the fibre local loop on the networks of Fiberklaar and Unifiber

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    The decisions listed in this section have been adopted as complements to market analyses in order to specify the obligations of Fiberklaar and Unifiber regarding the unbundling of the fibre local loop.
  • Public inquiry regarding sustainable collection and delivery

    Publications › Consultation -
    This inquiry is part of a study on the postal aspects of e-commerce the BIPT launched in May 2022, which also examines the environmental aspects of the first and the last mile.
  • Consultation regarding the draft decision on the extension by six months of the 2G and 3G licences

    Publications › Consultation -
    The 2G and 3G licences expire on 15 September 2021. The draft decision aims at extending the 2G and 3G licences by six months.
  • Frequency plan

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    BIPT is in charge of: managing the radio frequency spectrum; examining requests for use of radio frequency spectrum, with the exception of requests destined for radio and television broadcasting; coordinating the radio frequencies, both on national and on international level; monitoring the use of spectrum.

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