ARCEPAutorité de Régulation des Communications Électroniques et des Postes (France)
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As disclosed in Q1'05, the Company anticipated the ARCEP to complete the analysis of call termination as a "relevant market" in July 2005.
The study for ARCEP focused on the French law of 5 March 2007, which establishes guidelines on how the digital dividend should be shared in France.
ARCEP further invited all participants to a dedicated workshop in order to reach an agreement on tariffs.
8 percent a year between 2006-2009, according to France's telecom regulator ARCEP.
In May 2008, Analysys Mason and Hogan & Hartson conducted a study for the French regulator ARCEP to quantify the impact of the French Government's decision.
Colm Delves, CEO of Digicel Group, a fast growing mobile telecom operator, announced March 8today its intent to fully acquire Bouygues Telecom Caraibe, the wholly owned subsidiary of Bouygues Telecom with assets in Martinique, Guadeloupe and French Guiana, pending the approval of key stakeholders and regulators including Bougyues shareholders, Workers Committee, ARCEP and Bercy, the French Ministry for Finance.
ARCEP will contribute actively to these works and will be in charge of its application in France.
EQual One , V3D's flagship product, was used again, this time as part of the 2013 campaign undertaken by ARCEP (French Electronic Communications and Postal Regulatory Authority) to measure and compare the quality of data services offered by the four French mobile telephony providers.
The report includes data analysis of the four key telecoms markets - mobile, fixed-line, broadband and pay-TV - based on data disclosed by the principal operators, as well as the national regulatory authority, ARCEP.
ARCEP (2009): Rapport relatif au deploiement des reseaux en fibre optique suite a la premiere phase de travaux d'experimentation et devaluation menes sous I'egide de I'ARCEP.
The measure is said to have been suggested by ARCEP, the telecomms regulator in France and was authorised with the intention of opening up competition for wholesale broadband in France, by the European Union executive.