The board of the National Telecommunications Authority (NHH) has imposed a Ft 15 million fine on T-Mobile Hungary Rt, because the company failed to meet its reporting obligation with regard to market analysis procedure, thereby hindering the board's work, NHH said on Wednesday. The statement said the board obliged T-Mobile to meet its reporting obligation by January 5, 2006. In connection with the 2005 market-analysis procedure, the board has begun developing a BU-LRIC (Bottom Up-Long Run Incremental Cost) model to ensure that mobile telephone termination fees will be cost-based. T-Mobile failed to fulfill the NHH board's request for cooperation after having received two solicitations during the month of October to fulfill its reporting obligations.
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