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Commission holds TSO conference

Telecommunications Act: Commission holds TSO conference

The Commerce Commission will hold a four day conference next week on its draft determination on the calculation of Telecom New Zealand Limited’s net cost of complying with its telecommunication service obligations (TSO).

The conference will be held on Monday 11 and Wednesday 13 to Friday 15 August in the ground floor conference room of the NGC Building, 44-52 The Terrace, Wellington.

In June the Commission released its draft determination, setting the net cost for the period 20 December 2001 (the commencement date of the Act) to 30 June 2002 (the end of Telecom’s financial year) at $38.84 million.

Interested parties were asked to make submissions on the draft determination. The conference is a process where parties can present their submissions orally, and the Commission can ask questions based on those submissions.

The Commission will release its final determination on the TSO net cost as soon as practicable after the conference.

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