The head of an organisation that represents non-dominant telecommunications carriers in Australia says there is no need for any further inquiry to find out why customers are experiencing slower speeds on the NBN than what they had with their old copper connections.
Telstra has lost its Federal Court appeal against a ruling by the competition regulator, the ACCC, that it drop its fixed line access prices by 9.4%.
The Competitive Carriers Coalition, the industry association representing the interests of non-dominant telcos, wants the federal government to act immediately to dump the Telecommunications Universal Service Obligations scheme.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s view on NBN wholesale aggregation has been blamed as ‘premature at best, wrongheaded at worst’ by telco Macquarie Telecom.
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