Regulator says it is in favour of letting users install their own broadband, and insists that BT isn’t facing another investigation… Oftel has hailed BT’s self-installation ADSL product as a positive move, scotching rumours that the telco might face an investigation into whether it was acting in an anti-competitive manner.

The watchdog told ZDNet News that it was pleased that BT was close to launching the device, which will get users install their own high-speed Internet service without requiring a visit from a BT engineer. BT is promising a cut in the wholesale price of ADSL of £5 per month, and a £100 reduction in the standard broadband installation fee of £150.”

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