If you are an operator in Belgium, and are colocated within a Proximus exchange, our Raw Copper offer provides you with complete control over the facilities connecting end-users to the Proximus network.
The conditions for this service are regulated, and published under Proximus Reference Unbundled Local Loop Offer (BRUO). The operator becomes the only provider of services and is therefore responsible for ensuring that requested services by the end-user are provided.
You may be an operator who only wants to provide data services to an end-user, and leave voice communication to Proximus. This is made possible through Proximus Shared Pair offer, where a splitter in the exchange allows you to share with Proximus the use of the pair of copper wires accessing the end-user.
The conditions for this service are regulated under Proximus Reference Unbundled Local Loop Offer (BRUO).
The current version of the Proximus Reference ULL Offer (BRUO), as communicated to the BIPT on 16/11/2018, is published here below. This version of the reference offer is still subject to BIPT approval.
Reference is made to the latest version that has been approved by the BIPT:
Please note that the BRUO services are strongly impacted by Proximus adaptations and upgrades of its telecommunications infrastructure.
We invite you to take the present information into account in your commercial and investment decisions.
For more information, refer to the Network Transformation Outlook section of the Access website.
Any other additional relevant information can be downloaded on a secure web page. To obtain access to this secure page, it is necessary to make a request to : Proximus Carrier & Wholesale. All legal and natural persons who are interested parties have a right of access to this information, as the case may be by signing a confidentiality clause. In case of refusal to provide such access, Proximus is to inform the BIPT, citing the reason for refusal.
You can access this additional information on Raw Copper and on Shared Pair via your Personal Page.