New Zealand’s competition enforcement and regulatory agency, The Commerce Commission, has made a draft decision that the country’s largest telecommunications infrastructure provider, Chorus, should upgrade its capacity as needs grow so that retail telecommunications companies and consumers can continue to make best use of the capacity of copper lines.
Four telcos — Spark, Chorus, Vodafone and 2Degrees Mobile — will pay the lions’ share of the NZ$50 million Telecommunications Development Levy (TDL) for 2015/16 proposed by New Zealand’s competition enforcement and regulatory agency, The Commerce Commission.
Vodafone New Zealand has been fined for the fourth time in five years for making false price misrepresentations to customers in breach of the country’s Fair Trading Act.
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