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Chorus will be regulated like a utility from 2020

InternetNZ says electricity companies have had "endless price increases" under the so-called building blocks model. 

Thu, 14 Apr 2016

It was always a faint hope for shareholders that the Telecommunications Act review would free Chorus' UFB fibre from regulation after 2020 (that is, after the UFB rollout completes at the end of 2019).

And it has been duly dashed, with Communications Minister Amy Adams saying a high-level policy

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