The ACCC has released submissions received in response to the first round of its review of NBN Co's special access undertaking, and submitters are united in warning that it could result in NBN Co's Wholesale Broadband Agreement transcending legislation and the powers of the ACCC.
NBN Co has submitted to the ACCC a report commissioned from economics consultancy Synergies that recommends the ACCC accept NBN Co's special access undertaking, which sets out the price and non-price terms and conditions under which access seekers will gain access to NBN Co wholesale services.
The ACCC has initiated its statutory public enquiry into NBN Co's special access undertaking (SAU) with release of a preliminary consultation paper but the real consultation paper seeking the views of stakeholders will not be released until mid February.
Another credit card to rip off customers. Good one Coles!
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