Is ComCom too prescriptive over broadband regulation?

Commerce Commission legal advisers say Chorus’ proposed broadband variant service would probably breach "good faith" obligations but telecommunications analysts believe a wider view should be taken to encourage competition.

On May 14, Chorus [NZX: CNU] told the commission it is proposing two commercial unbundled bitstream access (UBA) services, Boost HD and Boost VDSL. It also wants to change the regulated service, including a cap constraining data throughput to the current average.

 

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