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Bahrain's incumbent operator, Batelco Group, has commercially launched Local Loop Unbundling and "met all deadlines set by the TRA" a spokesman for the company told CommsMEA.
MANAMA: The Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (TRA) hosted a workshop for telecom operators on local loop unbundling (LLU) whereby they can gain access to the Batelco network.
5 /PRNewswire/ -- Local loop unbundling - if implemented correctly - will promote and enhance competition, broadband penetration, and economic welfare in emerging markets lacking this reform, according to a new report from Pyramid Research (www.
LONDON, January 20 /PRNewswire/ -- - Local Loop Unbundling to Drive Increased Innovation, More Choice and Better Value for Digital Consumers AOL today announced its decision to make a substantial investment in a new telecoms infrastructure in the UK, which will open up the local telephone network and related services to increased competition and innovation.
Ofcom said local loop unbundling charges the prices third-party companies pay BT will fall by between 36% and 60% from January 1.
Mr Ahern made the announcement at the Global Leaders Forum in Rome, declaring: "In a telecoms market without real cross-platform competition, and where local loop unbundling has not sufficiently delivered, I am prepared to step in to assist the market.
com/research/616f48/new_zealand_regu) has announced the addition of the "New Zealand - Regulatory Environment - Local Loop Unbundling and TSO" report to their offering.
With the introduction of the local loop unbundling service, TRA hopes to see more competition arising in the provision of fixed services and the introduction of new innovative and affordable fixed services," he added.