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Annex F

Discontinuation notices
NOTICE TO    BRITISH  TELECOMMUNICATIONS     PLC  UNDER
PARAGRAPH 9 OF SCHEDULE 18 TO THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT 2003


Notice that certain continued provisions set out in the continuation
notice given to British Telecommunications plc on 23 July 2003 will
cease to have effect from the date this notice is deemed to be effected in
accordance with section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978 and section
394(7) of the Communications Act 2003

1. The Office of Communications (‘Ofcom’), in accordance with Paragraph 9(9) of
Schedule 18 to the Communications Act 2003 (‘the Act’) hereby give notice to British
Telecommunications plc (‘BT’) that certain continued provisions contained in
Schedule 1 to the continuation notice given to BT on 23 July 2003, which had effect
from 25 July 2003, ('the Continuation Notice'), will cease to have effect from the date
this notice is deemed to be effected in accordance with section 7 of the Interpretation
Act 1978 and section 394(7) of the Communications Act 2003, to the extent set out in
Schedule 1 to this notice (‘the Discontinued Provisions’).

2. In giving this notice, Ofcom have, in accordance with Paragraph 9 (11) of
Schedule 18 to the Act, taken all steps necessary for enabling them to decide
whether or not to set a condition under Chapter 1 of Part 2 of the Act for the purpose
of replacing the continued provisions and whether or not to exercise their power to
set a condition under that Chapter for that purpose.

3. All directions, determinations, consents and other provisions which were continued
under the Continuation Notice by virtue of Paragraph 9(8) of Schedule 18 to the Act
will also cease to have effect from the date this notice is deemed to be effected in
accordance with section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978 and 394(7) of the
Communications Act 2003, to the extent that they were given or made for the
purposes of the Discontinued Provisions.

4. To the extent that the Continuation Notice does not cease to have effect under
Paragraph 1 of this notice, the Continuation Notice shall continue to have effect until
Ofcom have given a further notice to BT in accordance with Paragraph 9(9) of
Schedule 18 to the Act that it shall cease to have effect.

5. The Director General of Telecommunications issued a consultation as to his
proposals to discontinue the Discontinued Provisions on 2 October 2003 and
requested comments by 9.00 a.m. on 16 October 2003. Ofcom have taken into
account the comments he received during that consultation.

6. In this notice, except as otherwise provided or unless the context otherwise
requires, words or expressions shall have the meaning assigned to them and
otherwise any word or expression shall have the same meaning as it has in the Act.
For the purposes of interpreting this notice, headings and titles shall be disregarded.




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Schedule 1


The following continued provisions which were contained in Schedule 1 to the
Continuation Notice will cease to have effect from the date this notice is deemed to
be effected in accordance with section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978 and section
394(7) of the Communications Act 2003, to the extent set out below.

Conditions 43, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 55, 65, 69 and 73 in so far as those conditions
relate to the markets which have been reviewed in the Final Statement and
Notification to the Review of the retail leased lines, symmetric broadband origination
and wholesale trunk segments markets published by Ofcom on 24 June 2004 (‘the
Market Review’). Such conditions will be replaced by SMP services conditions
imposed on BT by way of the Notification set out in Annex D of the Market Review.




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NOTICE TO BRITISH TELECOMMUNICATIONS PLC AND THE
OPERATORS LISTED IN THE SCHEDULE TO THIS NOTICE UNDER
PARAGRAPH 22 OF SCHEDULE 18 TO THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT
2003


Notice that the “Direction under Condition 45.2 of the Public
Telecommunications Licence granted to British Telecommunications plc
and under Regulations 6(3) and 6(4) of the Telecommunications
(Interconnection) Regulations 1997” regarding the interconnection of
Partial Private Circuits made on 27 March 2001 and continued by the
continuation notice given to British Telecommunications plc and the
operators listed in the Schedule to this notice on 21 July 2003 will be
revoked with effect from the date this notice is deemed to be effected in
accordance with section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978 and section
394(7) of the Communications Act 2003

1. The Office of Communications (‘Ofcom’), in accordance with Paragraph 22(8) of
Schedule 18 to the Communications Act 2003 (‘the Act’) hereby gives notice to
British Telecommunications plc (‘BT’) and the operators listed in the Schedule to this
notice (‘the Operators’) that the “Direction under Condition 45.2 of the Public
Telecommunications Licence granted to British Telecommunications plc and under
Regulations 6(3) and 6(4) of the Telecommunications (Interconnection) Regulations
1997” regarding the interconnection of Partial Private Circuits made on 27 March
2001 and which was continued by the continuation notice given to BT and the
Operators on 21 July 2003, which had effect from 25 July 2003 (“the Continued
Interconnection Direction”), will be revoked with effect from the date this notice is
deemed to be effected in accordance with section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978
and section 394(7) of the Communications Act 2003.

2. In giving this notice, Ofcom have, in accordance with Paragraph 22(9) of Schedule
18 to the Act, taken all steps necessary for enabling them to decide whether or not to
set a condition under Chapter 1 of Part 2 of the Act for the purpose of replacing the
Continued Interconnection Direction and whether or not to exercise his power to set a
condition under that Chapter for that purpose.

3. The Director General of Telecommunications issued a consultation as to his
proposals to revoke the Continued Interconnection Direction on 2 October 2003 and
requested comments by 9.00 a.m. on 16 October 2003. Ofcom have taken into
account the comments he received during that consultation.

4. In this notice, except as otherwise provided or unless the context otherwise
requires, words or expressions shall have the meaning assigned to them and
otherwise any word or expression shall have the same meaning as it has in the Act.
For the purposes of interpreting this notice, headings and titles shall be disregarded.


Jim Niblett

A person authorised by Ofcom under paragraph 18 of the Schedule to the
Office of Communications Act 2002

24 June 2004



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Schedule

    1.       Energis Communications Ltd
    2.       MCI WorldCom Ltd
    3.       Fibernet (UK) Ltd
    4.       Thus plc
    5.       Cable & Wireless Communications (Mercury) Ltd (Cable and Wireless
             UK)
    6.       Global Crossing (UK) Telecommunications Ltd
    7.       GTS Network (Ireland) Ltd
    8.       COLT telecommunications
    9.       NEOSCorp Ltd
    10.      MLL Telecommunications Ltd (Microcell Links Ltd)




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NOTICE TO    BRITISH TELECOMMUNICATIONS   PLC   UNDER
PARAGRAPH 22 OF SCHEDULE 18 TO THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT
2003


Notice    that   the   “Direction    by   the   Director    General  of
Telecommunications under Regulation 6(3) of the Telecommunications
(Interconnection) Regulations 1997” regarding LLU Backhaul Services
made on 5 August 2002 and continued by the continuation notice given
to British Telecommunications plc on 21 July 2003 will be revoked with
effect from the date this notice is deemed to be effected in accordance
with section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978 and section 394(7) of the
Communications Act 2003

1. The Office of Communications (‘Ofcom’), in accordance with Paragraph 22(8) of
Schedule 18 to the Communications Act 2003 (‘the Act’) hereby gives notice to
British Telecommunications plc (‘BT’) that the “Direction by the Director General of
Telecommunications under Regulation 6(3) of the Telecommunications
(Interconnection) Regulations 1997” regarding LLU Backhaul Services made on 5
August 2002 and which was continued by the continuation notice given to BT on 21
July 2003, which had effect from 25 July 2003 (“the Continued Interconnection
Direction”), will be revoked with effect from the date this notice is deemed to be
effected in accordance with section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978 and section
394(7) of the Communications Act 2003.

2. In giving this notice, Ofcom have, in accordance with Paragraph 22(9) of Schedule
18 to the Act, taken all steps necessary for enabling them to decide whether or not to
set a condition under Chapter 1 of Part 2 of the Act for the purpose of replacing the
Continued Interconnection Direction and whether or not to exercise his power to set a
condition under that Chapter for that purpose.

3. The Director General of Telecommunications issued a consultation as to his
proposals to revoke the Continued Interconnection Direction on 2 October 2003 and
requested comments by 9.00 a.m. on 16 October 2003. Ofcom have taken into
account the comments he received during that consultation.

4. In this notice, except as otherwise provided or unless the context otherwise
requires, words or expressions shall have the meaning assigned to them and
otherwise any word or expression shall have the same meaning as it has in the Act.
For the purposes of interpreting this notice, headings and titles shall be disregarded.


Jim Niblett

A person authorised by Ofcom under paragraph 18 of the Schedule to the
Office of Communications Act 2002

24 June 2004




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NOTICE TO BRITISH TELECOMMUNICATIONS PLC AND THE
OPERATORS LISTED IN THE SCHEDULE TO THIS NOTICE UNDER
PARAGRAPH 22 OF SCHEDULE 18 TO THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT
2003


Notice that the “Direction pursuant to Regulation 6(6) of the
Telecommunications (Interconnection) Regulations 1997” regarding the
provision of partial private circuits made on 12 June 2002 and continued
by the continuation notice given to British Telecommunications plc and
the operators listed in the Schedule to this notice on 21 July 2003 will be
revoked with effect from the date this notice is deemed to be effected in
accordance with section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978 and section
394(7) of the Communications Act 2003

1. The Office of Communications (‘Ofcom’), in accordance with Paragraph 22(8) of
Schedule 18 to the Communications Act 2003 (‘the Act’) hereby gives notice to
British Telecommunications plc (‘BT’) and the operators listed in the Schedule to this
notice (‘the Operators’) that the “Direction pursuant to Regulation 6(6) of the
Telecommunications (Interconnection) Regulations 1997” regarding the provision of
partial private circuits made on 12 June 2002 and which was continued by the
continuation notice given to BT and the Operators on 21 July 2003, which had effect
from 25 July 2003 (“the Continued Interconnection Direction”), will be revoked with
effect from the date this notice is deemed to be effected in accordance with section 7
of the Interpretation Act 1978 and section 394(7) of the Communications Act 2003.

2. In giving this notice, Ofcom have, in accordance with Paragraph 22(9) of Schedule
18 to the Act, taken all steps necessary for enabling them to decide whether or not to
set a condition under Chapter 1 of Part 2 of the Act for the purpose of replacing the
Continued Interconnection Direction and whether or not to exercise his power to set a
condition under that Chapter for that purpose.

3. The Director General of Telecommunications issued a consultation as to his
proposals to revoke the Continued Interconnection Direction on 2 October 2003 and
requested comments by 9.00 a.m. on 16 October 2003. Ofcom have taken into
account the comments he received during that consultation.

4. In this notice, except as otherwise provided or unless the context otherwise
requires, words or expressions shall have the meaning assigned to them and
otherwise any word or expression shall have the same meaning as it has in the Act.
For the purposes of interpreting this notice, headings and titles shall be disregarded.


Jim Niblett

A person authorised by Ofcom under paragraph 18 of the Schedule to the
Office of Communications Act 2002

24 June 2004




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Schedule

    1.       GTS
    2.       Fibernet
    3.       Global Crossing
    4.       NeosCorp
    5.       Thus
    6.       WorldCom
    7.       Energis
    8.       Colt




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NOTICE TO BRITISH TELECOMMUNICATIONS PLC AND THE
OPERATORS LISTED IN THE SCHEDULE TO THIS NOTICE UNDER
PARAGRAPH 22 OF SCHEDULE 18 TO THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT
2003


Notice that the “Direction pursuant to Regulation 6(6) of the
Telecommunications (Interconnection) Regulations 1997 relating to a
dispute between British Telecommunications plc and GTS, Fibernet,
Global Crossing, NeosCorp, Thus, WorldCom, Energis and Colt
concerning the supply of partial private circuits” made on 16 October
2002 and continued by the continuation notice given to British
Telecommunications plc and the operators listed in the Schedule to this
notice on 21 July 2003 will be revoked with effect from the date this
notice is deemed to be effected in accordance with section 7 of the
Interpretation Act 1978 and section 394(7) of the Communications Act
2003

1. The Office of Communications (‘Ofcom’), in accordance with Paragraph 22(8) of
Schedule 18 to the Communications Act 2003 (‘the Act’) hereby gives notice to
British Telecommunications plc (‘BT’) and the operators listed in the Schedule to this
notice (‘the Operators’) that the “Direction pursuant to Regulation 6(6) of the
Telecommunications (Interconnection) Regulations 1997 relating to a dispute
between British Telecommunications plc and GTS, Fibernet, Global Crossing,
NeosCorp, Thus, WorldCom, Energis and Colt concerning the supply of partial
private circuits” made on 16 October 2002 and which was continued by the
continuation notice given to BT and the Operators on 21 July 2003, which had effect
from 25 July 2003 (“the Continued Interconnection Direction”), will be revoked with
effect from the date this notice is deemed to be effected in accordance with section 7
of the Interpretation Act 1978 and section 394(7) of the Communications Act 2003.

2. In giving this notice, Ofcom have, in accordance with Paragraph 22(9) of Schedule
18 to the Act, taken all steps necessary for enabling them to decide whether or not to
set a condition under Chapter 1 of Part 2 of the Act for the purpose of replacing the
Continued Interconnection Direction and whether or not to exercise his power to set a
condition under that Chapter for that purpose.

3. The Director General of Telecommunications issued a consultation as to his
proposals to revoke the Continued Interconnection Direction on 2 October 2003 and
requested comments by 9.00 a.m. on 16 October 2003. Ofcom have taken into
account the comments he received during that consultation.

4. In this notice, except as otherwise provided or unless the context otherwise
requires, words or expressions shall have the meaning assigned to them and
otherwise any word or expression shall have the same meaning as it has in the Act.
For the purposes of interpreting this notice, headings and titles shall be disregarded.


Jim Niblett

A person authorised by Ofcom under paragraph 18 of the Schedule to the
Office of Communications Act 2002




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Schedule

    1.       GTS
    2.       Fibernet
    3.       Global Crossing
    4.       NeosCorp
    5.       Thus
    6.       WorldCom
    7.       Energis
    8.       Colt




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NOTICE TO BRITISH TELECOMMUNICATIONS PLC AND THE
OPERATORS LISTED IN THE SCHEDULE TO THIS NOTICE UNDER
PARAGRAPH 22 OF SCHEDULE 18 TO THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT
2003


Notice that the “Direction under Regulation 6(6) of the
Telecommunications (Interconnection) Regulations 1997 relating to a
dispute between British Telecommunications plc and GTS, Fibernet,
Global Crossing, NeosCorp, Thus, WorldCom, Energis and Colt
concerning the provision of partial private circuits” made on 20
December 2002 and continued by the continuation notice given to
British Telecommunications plc and the operators listed in the Schedule
to this notice on 21 July 2003 will be revoked with effect from the date
this notice is deemed to be effected in accordance with section 7 of the
Interpretation Act 1978 and section 394(7) of the Communications Act
2003

1. The Office of Communications (‘Ofcom’), in accordance with Paragraph 22(8) of
Schedule 18 to the Communications Act 2003 (‘the Act’) hereby gives notice to
British Telecommunications plc (‘BT’) and the operators listed in the Schedule to this
notice (‘the Operators’) that the “Direction under Regulation 6(6) of the
Telecommunications (Interconnection) Regulations 1997 relating to a dispute
between British Telecommunications plc and GTS, Fibernet, Global Crossing,
NeosCorp, Thus, WorldCom, Energis and Colt concerning the provision of partial
private circuits” made on 20 December 2002 and which was continued by the
continuation notice given to BT and the Operators on 21 July 2003, which had effect
from 25 July 2003 (“the Continued Interconnection Direction”), will be revoked with
effect from the date this notice is deemed to be effected in accordance with section 7
of the Interpretation Act 1978 and section 394(7) of the Communications Act 2003.

2. In giving this notice, Ofcom have, in accordance with Paragraph 22(9) of Schedule
18 to the Act, taken all steps necessary for enabling them to decide whether or not to
set a condition under Chapter 1 of Part 2 of the Act for the purpose of replacing the
Continued Interconnection Direction and whether or not to exercise his power to set a
condition under that Chapter for that purpose.

3. The Director General of Telecommunications issued a consultation as to his
proposals to revoke the Continued Interconnection Direction on 2 October 2003 and
requested comments by 9.00 a.m. on 16 October 2003. Ofcom have taken into
account the comments he received during that consultation.

4. In this notice, except as otherwise provided or unless the context otherwise
requires, words or expressions shall have the meaning assigned to them and
otherwise any word or expression shall have the same meaning as it has in the Act.
For the purposes of interpreting this notice, headings and titles shall be disregarded.


Jim Niblett

A person authorised by Ofcom under paragraph 18 of the Schedule to the
Office of Communications Act 2002




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Schedule

    1.       GTS
    2.       Fibernet
    3.       Global Crossing
    4.       NeosCorp
    5.       Thus
    6.       WorldCom
    7.       Energis
    8.       Colt




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NOTICE TO BRITISH TELECOMMUNICATIONS PLC AND VODAFONE
LIMITED UNDER PARAGRAPH 22 OF SCHEDULE 18 TO THE
COMMUNICATIONS ACT 2003


Notice that the “Direction under Regulation 6(6) of the
Telecommunications       (Interconnection)   Regulations    1997    (“the
Regulations”) relating to a dispute between British Telecommunications
plc and Vodafone Limited concerning the provision of partial private
circuits” regarding wholesale connections between BT’s and Vodafone’s
networks (radio base station backhaul circuits) made on 23 June 2003
and continued by the continuation notice given to British
Telecommunications plc and Vodafone Limited on 21 July 2003 will be
revoked with effect from the date this notice is deemed to be effected in
accordance with section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978 and section
394(7) of the Communications Act 2003

1. The Office of Communications (‘Ofcom’), in accordance with Paragraph 22(8) of
Schedule 18 to the Communications Act 2003 (‘the Act’) hereby gives notice to
British Telecommunications plc (‘BT’) and Vodafone Limited (‘Vodafone’) that the
“Direction under Regulation 6(6) of the Telecommunications (Interconnection)
Regulations 1997 (“the Regulations”) relating to a dispute between British
Telecommunications plc and Vodafone Limited concerning the provision of partial
private circuits” regarding wholesale connections between BT’s and Vodafone’s
networks (radio base station backhaul circuits) made on 23 June 2003 and which
was continued by the continuation notice given to BT and the Operators on 21 July
2003, which had effect from 25 July 2003 (“the Continued Interconnection Direction”),
will be revoked with effect from the date this notice is deemed to be effected in
accordance with section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978 and section 394(7) of the
Communications Act 2003.

2. In giving this notice, Ofcom have, in accordance with Paragraph 22(9) of Schedule
18 to the Act, taken all steps necessary for enabling them to decide whether or not to
set a condition under Chapter 1 of Part 2 of the Act for the purpose of replacing the
Continued Interconnection Direction and whether or not to exercise his power to set a
condition under that Chapter for that purpose.

3. The Director General of Telecommunications issued a consultation as to his
proposals to revoke the Continued Interconnection Direction on 2 October 2003 and
requested comments by 9.00 a.m. on 16 October 2003. Ofcom have taken into
account the comments he received during that consultation.

4. In this notice, except as otherwise provided or unless the context otherwise
requires, words or expressions shall have the meaning assigned to them and
otherwise any word or expression shall have the same meaning as it has in the Act.
For the purposes of interpreting this notice, headings and titles shall be disregarded.


Jim Niblett

A person authorised by Ofcom under paragraph 18 of the Schedule to the
Office of Communications Act 2002




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NOTICE TO KINGSTON COMMUNICATIONS (HULL) PLC UNDER
PARAGRAPH 9 OF SCHEDULE 18 TO THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT 2003


Notice that certain continued provisions set out in the continuation
notice given to Kingston Communications (Hull) plc on 23 July 2003 will
cease to have effect from the date this notice is deemed to be effected in
accordance with section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978 and section
394(7) of the Communications Act 2003

1. The Office of Communications (‘Ofcom’), in accordance with Paragraph 9(9) of
Schedule 18 to the Communications Act 2003 (‘the Act’) hereby give notice to
Kingston Communications (Hull) plc (‘Kingston’) that certain continued provisions
contained in Schedule 1 to the continuation notice given to Kingston on 23 July 2003,
which had effect from 25 July 2003, ('the Continuation Notice'), will cease to have
effect from the date this notice is deemed to be effected in accordance with section 7
of the Interpretation Act 1978 and section 394(7) of the Communications Act 2003, to
the extent set out in Schedule 1 to this notice (‘the Discontinued Provisions’).

2. In giving this notice, Ofcom have, in accordance with Paragraph 9 (11) of
Schedule 18 to the Act, taken all steps necessary for enabling them to decide
whether or not to set a condition under Chapter 1 of Part 2 of the Act for the purpose
of replacing the continued provisions and whether or not to exercise their power to
set a condition under that Chapter for that purpose.

3. All directions, determinations, consents and other provisions which were continued
under the Continuation Notice by virtue of Paragraph 9(8) of Schedule 18 to the Act
will also cease to have effect from the date this notice is deemed to be effected in
accordance with section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978 and 394(7) of the
Communications Act 2003, to the extent that they were given or made for the
purposes of the Discontinued Provisions.

4. To the extent that the Continuation Notice does not cease to have effect under
Paragraph 1 of this notice, the Continuation Notice shall continue to have effect until
Ofcom have given a further notice to Kingston in accordance with Paragraph 9(9) of
Schedule 18 to the Act that it shall cease to have effect.

5. The Director General of Telecommunications issued a consultation as to his
proposals to discontinue the Discontinued Provisions on 2 October 2003 and
requested comments by 9.00 a.m. on 16 October 2003. Ofcom have taken into
account the comments he received during that consultation.

6. In this notice, except as otherwise provided or unless the context otherwise
requires, words or expressions shall have the meaning assigned to them and
otherwise any word or expression shall have the same meaning as it has in the Act.
For the purposes of interpreting this notice, headings and titles shall be disregarded.


Jim Niblett

A person authorised by Ofcom under paragraph 18 of the Schedule to the
Office of Communications Act 2002

24 June 2004


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Schedule 1


The following continued provisions which were contained in Schedule 1 to the
Continuation Notice will cease to have effect from the date this notice is deemed to
be effected in accordance with section 7 of the Interpretation Act 1978 and section
394(7) of the Communications Act 2003, to the extent set out below.

Conditions 43, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49 and 55 in so far as those conditions relate to the
markets which have been reviewed in the Final Statement and Notification to the
Review of the retail leased lines, symmetric broadband origination and wholesale
trunk segments markets published by Ofcom on 24 June 2004 (‘the Market Review’).
Such conditions will be replaced by SMP services conditions imposed on Kingston by
way of the Notification set out in Annex D of the Market Review.




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