90% of wholesale broadband price cuts pass on to NZ subs

Thursday 22 June 2017 | 07:32 CET | News
New Zealand's Commerce Commission has released a study showing that 90 percent of the recent reductions in Chorus' regulated wholesale broadband prices have passed on to residential consumers. Back in December 2015, the Commission announced its final decisions on the wholesale prices Chorus could charge internet providers for its broadband services over local lines. Those decisions produced a net decrease of around NZD 4 per month per customer compared to wholesale prices a year earlier. The study looked at a sample of approximately 80,000 residential consumer bills from Spark, Vodafone and

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Categories: General
Companies: Chorus / Spark / Vodafone
Countries: New Zealand
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