BIPT publishes a comparison of the cheapest telecom tariffs on the Belgian residential market

For the third time BIPT has compared prices of telecom products on the residential market in Belgium. The price comparison was made on 9 February 2015 and shows the price differences between the cheapest tariff plans of telecom operators in the following market segments at the time: mobile calling postpaid...

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Brussels, 30 April 2015 - The Belgian and Luxembourg telecoms regulators BIPT and ILR (Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation) have concluded an agreement that makes it possible to link a Belgian mobile number to a Luxembourg network, while these are in principle nationally segmented. This...

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Brussels, 25 March 2015 - Changing fixed telecom operators is not as simple as changing mobile operators. To render the process of changing operators more smoothly in the future, BIPT identified the obstacles consumers may encounter and lists a series of suggestions to facilitate the process. Today,...

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Brussels – 22 January 2015 - BIPT publishes for the third time a benchmark study of the prices for telecom products in Belgium and our neighbouring countries (the Netherlands, France, Germany and the United Kingdom). That study shows average results for Belgium. Below you will find a survey of...

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Brussels, 16 January 2015 - BIPT (the regulator for the electronic communications sector in Belgium) adopted a decision laying down certain tariffs that Belgacom may invoice to operators wishing to provide Internet and television services through Belgacom's network.

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Brussels, 15 December 2014  – In its observatory, BIPT publishes the economic key figures of the postal sector for 2013. They reveal a surprising trend: in spite of a decrease of the volumes and revenue in 2013, investments in the postal sector have increased. Bpost has raised the letter...

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Brussels, 30 September 2014 - BIPT publishes the results of the annual inquiry carried out by the UCL (Université catholique de Louvain) about the users’ perception of the Belgian electronic communications market The results show in particular that only one in two users has the feeling...

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Brussels, 26 September 2014 - The Belgian telecom watchdog, BIPT, will no longer regulate the national fixed telephony services for either residential users or companies. Indeed, after analysis BIPT has decided to lift the price control and transparency obligations imposed on Belgacom at the retail...

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