Installation Infrastructures Installation Infrastructures

  • Which local infrastructures are included in the Contract?
  • The local infrastructures included in the contract are all the existing local infrastructures not used as junction cables between TIM exchanges.

  • What happens if the local infrastructure concerned is saturated and more than three months are needed to desaturate it?
  • In such cases, TIM hires a fibre optic loop between the TIM exchange and one of the Operator's termination points.

  • How long does TIM take to complete the feasibility study on the section of infrastructure in which the Operator is interested?
  • The time required by TIM to complete the feasibility study on the section of infrastructure in which the Operator is interested is 30 days.

  • In what format does TIM produce the maps of the sections of infrastructures in which the Operator is interested?
  • TIM produces the maps of the sections of infrastructures in which the Operator is interested in printed format in 30 days; if requested, the maps can be viewed in video format at the relevant TIM offices after 5 days.

  • Where must Operators go to be able to view the maps related to the infrastructures?
  • Operators must go to the relevant TIM offices to view the maps related to the infrastructures.

  • Do I need a specific licence to subscribe to the offer?
  • A general licence for installation of telephone or Internet networks is required to be able to subscribe to the offer.

  • What is meant by an “existing infrastructure”?
  • An “existing infrastructure” means an infrastructure installed before 1 July 2009.

  • Which network elements are included in the sale of rights for use of a local installation infrastructure?
  • The network elements included in the sale of rights for use of a local installation infrastructure are a 10/12 mm minitube and the crossing of TIM pits/chambers.

  • What happens if the local infrastructure concerned is saturated and more than three months are needed to desaturate it?
  • In such cases, TIM hires a fibre optic loop between the TIM exchange and one of the Operator's termination points.

  • What is meant by “joint laying”?
  • “Joint laying” means that, if TIM or the Operator signing the contract intend to lay a new infrastructure (Leader), that will cable an area with more than 500 domestic dwellings, it must involve the other party (Partner), sharing the laying costs.

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