CITC pointed out that the FTTH 3.5 million deal across the UK was ongoing. The agreement enables the six telecommunications companies, including Saudi Telecom Company (STC), Saudi Mobily Company (Mobily), Mobile Telecommunications Company Saudi Arabia (Zain), Integrated Telecom Company (ITC), Dawiyat Integrated and Etihad Atheeb Telecom (GO) to use existing infrastructure and provide broadband services to more than 3.5 million households in Saudi Arabia. The open access agreement between the Kingdom`s six telecommunications service providers has entered into force, the Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) said. In its statement, CITC clarified that the agreement would provide broadband broadband services at home (FTTH) through each service provider chosen by the subscriber, regardless of the owner of the infrastructure. Log in below to access the rest of this article and all the telecommunications messages you need. Since November 2019, CITC has been managing discussions between operators to ensure that they conclude agreements that are satisfactory to all parties, beneficial to customers and in line with the current regulatory framework. The CITC has played an important role in managing the complex technical, legal and commercial discussions necessary to conclude nearly twenty bilateral agreements with all operators and service providers. How Saudi Arabia is opening up access to ultra-fast broadband Why the plenary session of the World Radiocommunication Seminar is open to all this year The Communication and Information Technology Commission (CITC) today announced the entry into force of the open access agreement between the six telecommunications companies. This agreement aims to expand the choice of subscribers, as they can choose their broadband service provider regardless of ownership of the fibre optic infrastructure, which increases broadband subscriptions and improves the quality of service. After several workshops organized by the CITC with all relevant parties, His Excellency the Governor of the CITC, Mohammed Al-Tamimi, approved in November 2019 the rules and guidelines for fiber optic flow. . .