Your view sought on Openreach performance under the Commitments

Posted on 09/02/2018

We have been approached by Ofcom’s “Openreach Monitoring Unit” (OMU) for feedback from stakeholders regarding their experiences of interacting with BT and Openreach since March 2017, in relation to areas falling under the scope of the Commitments.  

The OMU was set up to oversee BT and Openreach’s compliance with the Commitments and the Governance Protocols that were accepted by Ofcom in March last year. 

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Cathy Gerosa

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