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Telecommunications Act Conference


Telecommunications Act: conference on draft wholesale determination to be held in February

The Commerce Commission will hold a conference from 3 - 5 February 2003 on its draft report relating to TelstraClear Limited's application for a determination to permit the resale of some services offered by Telecom New Zealand Limited. These revised dates have been set after consultation with the parties.

The Commission released its draft report in November. The draft deals with the terms, including price, for the wholesaling of a number of Telecom's retail services to TelstraClear. A separate application has been made in respect of various residential wholesale services.

Written submissions from interested parties must be received by the Commission by 3pm on Friday 17 January 2003. Conference details, including an agenda, venue and start times, will be released in the New Year.

The draft determination, which includes an executive summary, is available in the Commission's website, www.comcom.govt.nz < http://www.comcom.govt.nz > (Telecommunications section, Commission Decisions).

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