Your gateway to the future: ACM decisions and radio broadcasting licenses

In this feature, we will discuss several decisions taken by the Dutch telecommunications regulator (Authority for Consumers and Markets, ACM) and new legislation and legislative proposals.

Key takeaways from this feature include:

  • Giving competitors access to the network of the Netherlands' largest cable provider will not be mandated based on a draft decision of the ACM.
  • The ACM concluded in a draft decision that no additional measures are needed for promoting competition on the high-speed broadband market (which includes the fibre market).
  • The outcome of the long-awaited auction of national commercial FM radio broadcasting licenses has been published.

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