It requires Netcity to provide operators and third parties access to the infrastructure under the same conditions.
It has also given Netcity a maximum of 60 days of ANCOM’s decision to settle contracts in force with the provisions of the decision.
In addition, ANCOM has revised the structure of tariffs for FTTB and FTTB connections.
Commenting on the development, Sorin Grindeanu, the president of ANCOM, said: “The adoption of this decision is the result of a particularly laborious process that has been taking place over several years in the context of the adoption of new legislation in the field of electronic communications network infrastructure. I hope that in the coming months, we will all see the changes this decision will make in Bucharest. The decision facilitates real competition at the capital level, which will be reflected in more attractive prices and competitive services”.