The Commerce Commission Releases Issues Paper

Published: Fri 15 Dec 2006 10:37 AM
The Commerce Commission Releases Issues Paper
The Commerce Commission today released an issues paper to begin public consultation on whether or not to amend the roaming and co-location services.
The issues paper is seeking input from interested parties on the likely costs and benefits that would result from amending the services. The paper also seeks views and comments on how the services should be defined and the pricing principles that should apply should designation be recommended.
The closing date for written submissions is 9 February 2007.
On 10 October 2006, the Commission announced that there are reasonable grounds to investigate:
- amending the terms of the national roaming service; - moving the national roaming service from a specified to a designated service; and - moving the co-location service from a specified to a designated service.
On 16 November 2006, the Commission formally commenced the investigations into whether or not to amend the terms of the current roaming and co-location services under Schedule 3 of the Telecommunications Act 2001.

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