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Regulaton of relevant markets

The purpose of market regulation is to establish effective competition on the electronic communications market, so that end users may choose between different service providers, and so that this is reflected in high-quality and lower priced retail services for end users, as well as in providers finding innovative solutions that ensure continued market development.

Through ex-ante regulation the Agency removes barriers impeding the development of effective competition on the market, allowing new entrants also access to the network of the operator with the dominant position on the market, allowing them also to provide services to end users at locations where they do not yet have their own networks.

Ex-ante regulation is applied until effective competition is established on the market, and is gradually removed with regard to the established state of competition on individual market segments, while making sure that the Agency's active measures are proportionate to the purpose and established market conditions.

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