Australian Competition and Consumer Commission commissioner Cristina Cifuentes is leaving the commission after more than seven years in the role.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has announced a pause on its inquiries examining both NBN entry-level access pricing and wholesale service standards, to allow the communications sector to focus on its response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Competition issues with the upcoming 5G spectrum allocation process are under the spotlight from Australia’s competition regulator, the ACCC, which has issued a consultation paper seeking public feedback.
Posting a letter in Australia is about to cost more, with the basic postage rate scheduled to increase from $1.00 to $1.10 in January next year, following the ACCC’s decision not to object to a draft proposal from Australia Post to increase postage prices.
Regulation of Australia’s domestic Mobile Terminating Access Service for mobile voice services is set to be continued by the competition regulator, the ACCC, but MTAS for SMS services will no longer be regulated.
Energy retailers in South East Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia must comply with obligations under a new Electricity Retail Code which will come into force from 1 July this year.
Competition in the market for NBN aggregation services is developing as the rollout of Australia's broadband network continues and there is, therefore, no need to ask dark fibre and wholesale aggregation service providers to provide pricing and supply data, the ACCC says.
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