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Nkom finalises price regulation for Telenor Norge’s wholesale fixed wireless broadband service

1 Dec 2021

Norway’s National Communications Authority (Nasjonal kommunikasjonsmyndighet, Nkom) has announced a final decision related to the price regulation of Telenor Norge’s wholesale fixed-wireless broadband service. Having sent a draft decision on the matter to the EFTA Surveillance Authority (ESA) last month, the watchdog has now revealed that the ESA has responded to this, confirming that no changes were required. As such, Nkom has issued its final decision – which requires that Telenor must offer wholesale fixed-wireless broadband at prices which mean that the buyer of access is not put in a margin squeeze – with this taking effect immediately. To ensure the obligation is complied with, meanwhile, Nkom notes that it will conduct margin squeeze tests and gross margin tests on the operator’s retail fixed-wireless offerings twice a year.

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