New Zealand’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, is looking for feedback from the public about what they like and dislike about their experiences using phone and broadband services.
Complaints by Australian telecommunications users about landline, mobile and Internet services fell in the last six months of 2018 by 27.7% to 60,998 compared to the corresponding six month period in 2017.
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.
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