Operators, industry groups welcome NZ telecoms review

Tuesday 8 September 2015 | 19:06 CET | News
New Zealand fixed-line network operator Chorus has welcomed the release of the government's consultation on the next stage of the telecoms regulatory framework review. Chorus said that the proposals represent another step towards enabling better broadband for New Zealanders, adding that the document was future-focused and recognises the substantial changes that have occurred since the current regulatory framework was put in place in 2001. Chorus said it agreed there is a strong case for a utility-style building block model of regulation and that faster broadband was fundamental to the

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Categories: General
Companies: Chorus / InternetNZ
Countries: New Zealand
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