Delivering super-fast broadband in the UK - Interactive Executive Summary

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Regulatory policy can enhance the incentives for investment. There are three main incentives for investment that can be affected by regulation to varying degrees. They are:

  • the degree of competition and contestable investment, which will drive investment and innovation;
  • the potential for cost efficiencies or cost reduction; and
  • the opportunity for service and infrastructure providers to increase revenues, either from new services or new commercial relationships.

There are three main incentives for investment that regulation could affect

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Martin Limon on 12 November 2008 at 8:23pm

In the KC area there is no compeition and therefore no incentive to invest in expensive future technology like a fibre optic network

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