This market concerns transit services, i.e. the routing of calls, via a third-party operator, between two operators which are not directly interconnected.
Applicable regulatory framework
The decision of 15 March 2011 waived the measures imposed on Belgacom (now named Proximus) within the framework of previous decisions regarding that market. It is thus deregulated.
Market analyses of 2006
The first market analysis decision on the market for transit services was adopted on 11 August 2006. Belgacom was designated as having significant market power and was imposed a series of obligations to fulfil.
Before the implementation of the market analyses system, the regulatory framework for transit services was set via the decisions and opinions below on the BRIO interconnection offer of Belgacom.
|10 January 2007||Communication on addenda number 6 and 7 of BRIO|
|22 December 2005||Decision on the 2006 BRIO offer|
|23 December 2004||Decision on the 2005 BRIO offer (quantitative aspects)|
|14 December 2004||Decision on the 2005 BRIO offer (qualitative aspects)|
|1 June 2004||Decision on the adjustments to the 2004 BRIO offer (SLA, IC links, CSC call routing)|
|16 December 2003||Decision on the 2004 BRIO offer|
|12 December 2002||Opinion on the 2003 BRIO offer|
|14 November 2002||Opinion on the 2003 BRIO offer (qualitative aspects)|
|4 June 2002||Opinion on the adjustments to the 2002 BRIO offer|
|18 February 2002||Designation of the SMP operators (interconnection and mobile networks)|
|14 November 2001||Opinion on the 2002 BRIO offer|
|2 February 2001||Designation of the SMP operators on the interconnection market|
|14 November 2000||Opinion on the 2001 BRIO offer|
|28 December 1999||Opinion on the 2000 BRIO offer|