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Ofcom brought new rulings that could lower cost of VoIP solutions Ofcom brought new rulings that could lower cost of VoIP solutionsOfcom brought new rulings that could lower cost of VoIP solutions

 

7 October 2010

New rulings issued by UK communications regulator Ofcom could help to reduce the cost of VoIP solutions.

Ofcom has ordered BT to allow its rivals, such as Sky and Virgin Media, to enter its fibre-optic broadband network and provide super-fast internet to their own customers.

This step can significantly reduce the price of adopting high-speed broadband, and therefore VoIP services, as BT will be forced to offer competitive prices.

Ofcom revealed that BT will be able to fix prices for the access it provides, but claimed they would "be constrained by the highly competitive wider broadband market and will be subject to rules to prevent anti-competitive pricing."

Today Ofcom has finished a clear regulatory framework to promote investment, competition and innovation to enable as many consumers as possible to benefit from these exciting new services.

The regulator also announced that internet providers would be allowed access to BT's underground ducts and telegraph poles so they can deploy their own high-speed broadband lines.

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