UK consumers and businesses are being asked to voice their opinions on how the provision of broadband Internet and other data services should be regulated. Individuals will be probed by the UK telecoms watchdog Oftel on a number of issues, including whether to introduce protection for operators that invest in broadband infrastructure at the risk of driving up prices for customers. Oftel will publish a consultation document within the next few days setting out its views on control of broadband services in the UK and asking for public comment.
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