ACM continues to see sufficient competition in market for telecommunications
The Authority Consumer & Market (ACM) is currently not that the bundling of fixed telephone lines, mobile subscriptions, television and the internet to concurrentievermindering leads on the market of telecommunications.
Reports that the ACM Friday following an investigation by the regulator.
The focus was mainly on the so-called all-in-one packages with the same company for both telephony, television and internet delivers it to the customer. According to the ACM, consumers are increasingly opting for such a package.
The regulator argues that such bundling “still no competition” results. However, the ACM that smaller companies, which, for example, television and internet access but no mobile subscription can offer, from the market are likely to disappear as a result of the all-in-one packages.
The ACM says, therefore, to see that such developments do not lead to price increases or reduced choice. In may of this year, announced ACM’s director of Telecom Johan Ketelaar already stricter supervision of the telecommunications market.