Open networks create competition
The open broadband network is competition- and provider-neutral, where the different players of the market gets access to the network on equal terms.
Open networks creates competition, which gives the end-user a better offering of services and freedom of choice.
An open network therefore benefits many different players:
- Broadband operators wishing to lease black fibre to build their own network.
- Service providers wishing to offer services and have access to an active broadband network with connected users.
- Mobile operators who need fibre to be able to build out mobile broadband.
- Public bodies (the state, authorities, municipalities, county councils) who want to communicate via and offer e-services to both individuals and companies.