ComCom unmoved by warning on fibre investment in draft regime

ComCom unmoved by warning on fibre investment in draft regime
Paul McBeth
The Commerce Commission expects competition from the likes of mobile carriers and the prospect of extra revenue derived from new services will be enough to keep network operators such as Chorus investing in their infrastructure. The commission today released a 561-page draft decision outlining the new regulatory regime for fibre broadband networks to set regulated prices and minimum standards for Chorus, and information disclosure for all fibre network operators. The regulator held several rounds of consultation with industry players...

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