The tug of war between ISPs and welfare associations at residential apartments

To get to their consumers, broadband providers have to deal with a very literal gatekeeper: your apartment’s resident welfare association. Broadband providers can’t just start installing their equipment and lay out cables without approval from the RWA. And that approval usually comes at a cost. Many broadband players are forced to cough up high amounts of rent to lay the cabling and infrastructure that they need to reach residents.

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