Deutsche Telekom must open its new $3.8 billion, super-fast broadband network to rivals unless it proves it is offering new products, the German telecommunications regulator said Wednesday.
The move comes as Berlin and Deutsche Telekom, the biggest telecoms group in Europe by sales, are battling with the European Union’s top regulator over whether the new network should be regulated.
Matthias Kurth, the German regulator, said that Deutsche Telekom had to let competitors use its broadband network without discriminating between rivals.
He said Deutsche Telekom had three months to propose standard prices.
Fuente: International Herald Tribune, con información de Reuters