The competition watchdog has found that Telstra breached its obligations under the Structural Separation Undertaking (SSU) during the 2015 financial year. The big telco’s failure to prevent unauthorised disclosure of Protected Information about wholesale customers was the most common compliance issue revealed by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
The National Broadband Network has responded to concerns by the competition watchdog about potential unfair competition in the telco sector over an HFC deal between it and Telstra, simply confirming its credentials as Australia’s open access wholesaler only ‘non-discriminatory operator’.
The competition watchdog, the ACCC, has raised concerns about the effect on competition in the telecommunications market from the level of Telstra’s involvement in the building of the National Broadband Network.
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