New Zealand’s telecommunications and competition regulator The Commerce Commission is seeking feedback on a code to protect consumers who are at particular risk of needing to contact emergency services and only have access to a home phone to make the contact.
New Zealand’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, has released draft guidance to help the telecommunications industry understand its approach to monitoring and enforcing obligations on telco Chorus - and other local fibre companies (LFCs) - to allow retailers access to unbundled fibre services with acceptable terms and prices.
Westpac Bank has signed a settlement agreement with the New Zealand consumer watchdog, The Commerce Commission, admitting it breached the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act 2003, and agreeing to make payments to customers totalling $3.7 million.
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