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Nicta continues inquiry into international connectivity

Friday 7 December 2012 | 01:45 CET | News
Papua New Guinea telecommunications regulator Nicta is continuing its public inquiry into international connectivity markets. In September the regulator published a discussion paper on the potential declaration of certain wholesale services in international connectivity markets. Nicta has now issued a draft response and stakeholders can submit feedback before 17 December.

Categories: General
Companies: Nicta
Countries: Papua New Guinea
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