Public consultation on the price review for the Unbundled Copper Local Loop and Unbundled Bitstream Access services for ComCom in New Zealand
By Denis Basque, Marc Lameloise, Robert Fouret, Jean Colas, Pauline Coquet and Alexandre Journo
The Commerce Commission in New Zealand has today released draft decisions for consultation setting proposed prices that Chorus the incumbent operator can charge for use of their local copper lines and broadband service.
The draft decision is based on a forward looking cost model developed by TERA Consultants, who has undertaken this type of modelling for a number of regulators and operators such as ComReg of Ireland or the DBA of Denmark.
The draft decisions and other papers by TERA Consultants for the Commerce Commission can be found on the regulator’s website or downloaded below.
Other publications by TERA Consultants in Regulation
- Anti-competitive practice of price discrimination in the residential mobile telephony market
- National Public Consultation on the Methodology for Ex-ante Margin Squeeze Tests in the Fixed Electronic Communications Market in the Republic of Croatia
- Report on potential pricing methodologies for bitstream-managed backhaul services in Ireland
- Seminar on Regulation of Asymmetric Mobile Termination Rates (download)
- Regulation Authorities and the Responsability Mechanism for Telecommunications Operators (download)