Competition in New Zealand’s mobile services market is trending in the right direction, with pricing, coverage and choice of services a positive for consumers, according to a new report from the country’s competition enforcement agency.
New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency, the Commerce Commission, has released a framework paper outlining its approach to implementing new provisions under the Telecommunications Act to improve retail service quality for consumers.
New videos released by New Zealand’s competition regulator The Commerce Commission aim to “demystify” broadband services and help New Zealander’s navigate their way through broadband options available to them.
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