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Price Regulation

Under the Treaty, ECTEL has the power to recommend a regional policy on the pricing of telecommunications services. ECTEL has recommended a regional Price Cap Plan for the regulation of fixed services offered by Cable & Wireless in the ECTEL Member States.

Price Regulation mechanism in the ECTEL Member States:

2022 Retail Price Regulation Regime (RPRR)

2021 Mobile Consumer Safeguards

2015 Recommended Price Cap Plan

2010 Price Cap Plan

2004 Price Cap Plan

First Price Regulation Agreement

The Telecommunications Acts in each Member State gives the National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority with the power to regulate the prices for telecommunications services. This means they have the power to approve the rules and guidelines for how the tariffs of regulated telecommunications services are to be determined or changed by service a service provider whose tariffs are regulated.

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