New Zealand's competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, has issued a draft determination on how much the country’s telcos will each pay towards the government’s NZ$50 million Telecommunications Development Levy which covers the operation of telecommunications infrastructure and services that are not commercially viable.
New Zealand telecommunications companies and service providers cop the most criticism from the country’s consumers of all business and industry sectors, according to a new report just published by the competition enforcement and regulatory agency The Commerce Commission.
New Zealand’s competition enforcement and regulatory agency wants the largest telecommunications infrastructure provider, Chorus, to upgrade its capacity as needs grow so that telcos and consumers have best use of the capacity of copper lines.
you feel sorry for hfc customers about to get 1000/50 ?
I'd almost feel sorry for those connected to the Abbot/Turnbull mess except for the fact a lot of them voted[…]
Bad luck for the 30-40 percent of NBN fixed-line customers stuck with the Abbott/Turnbull old copper wire FTTN service. They're[…]
1000/50... what a joke.. Surely anyone needing 1GB down would be hoping/wanting/needing more than 50 up.
This junk delivers 30ms latencies and gets blocked by trees. What a massive scam. How about these mafia stop keeping[…]