The competition regulator the ACCC has flagged a substantial fall in the price of wholesale transmission services in many regional and rural parts of Australia following its decision to reduce the regulated prices for the declared Domestic Transmission Capacity Service (DTCS).
Regulation of Australia’s transmission services are set to continue for a further five years, with the ACCC finding that the regulation has promoted competition and efficient investment, as well as contributed to lower prices and greater choice in phone and data services for Australian consumers.
Transmission wholesale services in the telecommunications sector — including the impact that NBN services are having on competition within the transmission market — are to come under scrutiny from the competition watchdog, the ACCC, in a public inquiry which has just opened.
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