3 July 2013 - 8:37am | posted by | 0 comments

Ofcom proposes new broadband competition rules

Ofcom proposes new broadband competition rulesOfcom proposes new broadband competition rules

Communications regulator Ofcom has proposed a raft of new rules designed to boost superfast broadband competition by making it easier for consumers to switch and reducing contract lengths.

Currently out for consultation the plans could see the wholesale cost of switching from one superfast broadband provider to another fall by up to 80 per cent and the minimum length of contract shrink from a year to one month.

Separate targets for installation and repair time for consumers will also be sought via the performance of BT’s network access division, Openreach.

The consultation will close on 25 September with review conclusions being published in spring 2014.

Be the first to comment on this article: sign in or register.

Latest Projects from the Profile Hub

Sports Bra Award Win

19/12/2014
Our super-star lingerie client, Wacoal Eveden, is...

Malibu - creating the perfect brand moment to enhance engagement

17/12/2014
The challenge How do you change customers’ perception of...

Driving Sales From Social During Black Friday

16/12/2014
The craze of Black Friday crossed the pond and hit the UK...

BREACH: LETS JACK

16/12/2014
‘Jack’ – the infectious track by British producer Breach...

Launching the Seasonal Cities App

15/12/2014
In Q3 2014 Rooster was tasked with launching the new travel...