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ocilion study on the TKG amendment

What does the loss of the apportionability mean and what effects does it have on market participants?

The amendment to the law to eliminate the apportionability of cable connection fees has been passed and will come into force on December 1, 2021. This means that tenants can freely choose their TV access after the transition period from June 30, 2024. But what exactly is behind it, what is changing and what are the consequences for market participants?

To answer these questions, we have created a study on the TKG amendment together with veed Analytics. This gives an overview of the current market and the shifts that can be expected in the future.

Thomas Bichlmeir, Head of Content at ocilion, presents the results of the study in the video and shows what this means for network operators, the housing industry, and end customers.

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