In 2021, two joint ventures were created by Proximus, with EQT Infrastructure on the one side and Eurofiber on the other side. The purpose of these two companies, named Fiberklaar and Unifiber, is to deploy a passive point-to-point FTTH network in the northern and southern parts of the country respectively and to provide a passive access to that network.
The decisions listed in this section have been adopted as complements to market analyses in order to specify the obligations of Fiberklaar and Unifiber regarding the unbundling of the fibre local loop.
Decisions linked to the market analysis of 29 June 2018
On the local access market, Proximus has been designated as an operator with significant market power. The access, transparency, non-discrimination and price control obligations imposed upon it also concern both joint ventures Fiberklaar and Unifiber as affiliated companies co-controlled by Proximus with EQT Infrastructure and Eurofiber respectively.
The following decisions have been adopted or are being adopted following the market analysis of 29 June 2018:
- Cost model for access to the FTTH networks of Proximus, Fiberklaar and Unifiber
- Decision of 13 June 2023 regarding the analysis of the reference offer for the unbundled fibre local loop of Fiberklaar
- Decision of 13 June 2023 regarding the analysis of the reference offer for the unbundled fibre local loop of Unifiber
In 2021 the BIPT began the review of this market analysis.
In July 2022, the BIPT assessed the evolution of the broadband and TV markets since 2018.