Regulator asks NBN Co to change SAU

Thursday 4 April 2013 | 03:36 CET | News
In a draft response, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is seeking changes to NBN Co's special access undertaking (SAU). The SAU sets out the framework that governs the price and other terms upon which NBN Co will supply services over its fibre, wireless, and satellite networks to telecommunications companies. The ACCC said that it is not satisfied that the SAU meets the criteria for acceptance, AAP writes. The ACCC has proposed five changes which involve the access obligations and the role of the ACCC in overseeing the undertaking. The regulator will not issue NBN Co with a formal notice on the undertaking until May, which gives the company time to make the changes voluntarily.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Australian Competition and Consumer Commission / NBN Co
Countries: Australia
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