The Spanish National Markets and Competition Commission forces Mobile Network Operator to provide a Mobile Virtual Network Operator access to its LTE/4G network as a precautionary measure In 2013, a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) requested its Mobile Network Operator (MNO) access to the MNO's 4G network. However, the MNO has made no wholesale offering nor has it given access to their network since the 2013 request. As a result of the refusal, the MVNO requested the intervention of the Spanish National Markets and Competition Commission (CNMC) in November 2014. Meanwhile, in October 2014, the Spanish New Mobile Operators Association (AENOM), of which MVNO is part of, submitted an enquiry to the CNMC on whether MNOs are obliged to provide access to their 4G network. The CNMC, by resolution of 23 April 2015, required the MNO to allow MVNO access to its 4G network as a precautionary measure, as the Commission believes that the MNO "has had more than enough time to analyze and evaluate specific aspects to be taken into account and introduce MVNO a technical and commercial proposal" and that, without the precautionary measure, "the obligations that (this) Commission may eventually impose as a result of the conflict could prove to be ineffective". A complete wholesale offering adapted to the structure of the MVNO is still pending. For more information, please contact Raul Rubio, Patricia Perez, Rosario Alvarez, Ignacio Vela or Alvaro Ubeda.