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Without reform of the level and structure of tariffs, some wholesale services will be doomed to irrelevance.
Wholesale broadband access tariffsNext-generation access (NGA) appears to necessitate some degree of reversal of the historical trend whereby non-incumbent communication providers (CPs) move from managed wholesale products to physical access At the same time, a profound shift, driven by over-the-top (OTT) set-top boxes and tablet usage, is taking place in broadband data consumption. Incumbent operator wholesale services may not be moving with the times.
This Viewpoint provides:
detailed benchmarks of the total cost per end user of European incumbent wholesale FTTC services, including backhaul and aggregation charges
an assessment of how optimised these are for changes in end-user behaviour, and what operators could do to improve them.
This Viewpoint compares the wholesale services of the following eight European operators.
A1 Telekom Austria
BT Group (Openreach and Wholesale)
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