A decision by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to cut the price of the Mobile Terminating Access Service from 1 January 2021 from 1.7 cents per minute to 1.19 cents per minute will bring down the wholesale price of mobile voice services.
Australia’s competition watchdog, the ACCC, has proposed that the country’s wholesale mobile voice services should continue to be regulated for a further five years.
The ACCC is proposing significant reductions in the price telcos must may to have calls terminated on mobile phones, but don't expect retail prices for calling mobiles to fall: the ACCC has stopped short of mandating any pass-through of these reductions into the price callers pay to make calls to mobiles.
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