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  • Consultation of 24 September 2019 on the extension of the user rights granted to Citymesh in the 3.5 GHz frequency band for the provision of electronic communications services in the North Sea

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    Public consultation if the BIPT Council of 24 september 2019 on the extension of the user rights granted to Citymesh in the 3.5 GHz frequency band for the provision of electronic communications services in the North sea
  • Consultation of 24 September 2019 on radio interfaces B20-01 to 11, B21-01 to 40, B22-01 to 09, B23-01 to 13 and B24-01 to 10

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    This consulation concerns radio interfaces for short-range equipment using ultra-wideband technology.
  • Draft decision on Proximus's IP interconnection reference offer

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    On 1 February 2019, Proximus sent BIPT a reference offer for IP interconnection, called "PRIO”. BIPT organised a pre-consultation on the reference offer from 20 February to 13 March 2019. This draft decision aims at evaluating the reference offer as received from Proximus and formulating the changes deemed necessary by BIPT, according to the goals of the regulatory framework. Response to the consultation are expected by 30 September 2019 at the latest at consultation.sg@bipt.be, with the reference “CONSULT-2019-D3” in the subject. Responses must clearly indicate the confidential information. BIPT also requests that the comments made refer to the paragraphs and/or parts they concern. Contact person : Christophe.Vermeulen@ibpt.be.
  • Consultation at the request of the BIPT Council of the 9th August 2019 about the draft decision on the extension of the supply of 0800 numbers

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    Given BIPT’s concerns regarding the available supply of 0800 numbers, the Institute as the administrator of the numbering plan took the initiative to organise a public consultation on the extension of the supply of 0800 numbers, which took place from 26 March to 8 May 2019. The consultation document describes eight possible options to solve the shortage problem. Via the reactions to this consultation, BIPT obtained the feedback of all the stakeholders concerning the various options as well as numerous useful observations to present the most optimal solution to the market. This shall be materialised by the draft decision that is also submitted to the market for consultation. Deadline for the reactions to this consultation: 11th October 2019
  • Draft decision on the monthly tariffs for wholesale access to the cable operators’ networks

    Publications › Consultation -
    This BIPT draft decision submits the new monthly wholesale tariffs regarding access to the cable networks for public consultation. The draft decision constitutes an implementing measure accompanying the CRC Decision of 29 June 2018 (with a corrigendum on 11 July 2019), imposed by the CRC and existing in monitoring the prices for the wholesale services that the cable network operators have to provide. How to send the responses to this consultation: per e-mail at consultation.sg@bipt.be (subject: CONSULT-2019-C9). Deadline: until 6 September 2019. Contact person: Martin Dorme (+32 2 226 87 06, martin.dorme@ibpt.be). Answers must be submitted electronically at the address indicated. Please use as cover page the cover form that must be attached to the response. Responses must clearly indicate the confidential information. BIPT also requests that the comments made refer to the paragraphs and/or parts they concern.
  • Draft decision regarding the analysis of the reference offer of Proximus for l bitstream access to the local fiber

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    In this draft decision the analysis of the reference offer of Proximus for bitstream access to the local fiber is submitted for public consultation. A new version of the reference offer will be sent to the beneficiaries. To respond to this document: mail to consultation.sg@bipt.be (reference: CONSULT-2019-D1). Deadline: until 16 august 2019. Contact person: Peter Vuchelen (+32 2 226 88 96). Replies must be sent electronically to the aforementioned address. Please use the specific form as the front page of your answer. Confidential parts in the document should be indicated clearly. BIPT also requests that the comments refer to the sections and / or parts of the draft decision to which they relate.
  • Consultation regarding the evaluation of Easy Switch in 2019

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    BIPT launches a consultation with specific questions in order to get input from interested parties about the effect of the “Easy Switch Royal Decree” of 6 September 2016. That Royal Decree aims to facilitate the switching of fixed operators and bundles. Deadline: until 3 September 2019 Replies should be sent electronically to consultation.sg@bipt.be with reference “CONSULT-2019-C6" as subject of the e-mail.
  • Consultation of 25 May 2019 on the areas where the reduction in the fee related to user rights for radio-relay links applies

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    The Royal Decree of 2 June 2019 amends the Royal Decree of 18 December 2009 on private radio communications and user rights for fixed networks and trunked networks. The amendments introduced by that Royal Decree aim to lower by 80% and for a 10-year period the amount of the annual fees relating to the user rights for radio-relay links in those areas of the country where an extra incentive is needed to provide households and companies with a large-band connection. The Royal Decree lays down that BIPT has to determine and publish at least every two years the exact extent of those areas.
  • Draft decision on the technical and operational conditions for the avoidance of harmful interference in the 3400-3800 MHz band

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    The decision concerns the technical and operational conditions for the avoidance of harmful interference in the 3400-3800 MHz frequency band. Reply address: consultation.sg@bipt.be (Reference: "Consult-2019-C1")Deadline: until 26 July 2019.
  • Draft decision on the technical and operational conditions for the avoidance of harmful interference in the 1427-1517 MHz band

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    The decision concerns the technical and operational conditions to ensure the coexistence of neighbouring networks using the 1427-1517 MHz frequency band, and the protection of other services and applications in the adjacent bands. Reply address: consultation.sg@bipt.be (Reference: "Consult-2019-B9")Deadline: until 26 July 2019.

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