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Commission to investigate regulated bitstream

Media Release

Issued 29 March 2006/114


Commerce Commission to investigate Ihug and Callplus applications for regulated bitstream service

The Commission has decided to investigate two separate applications from Ihug and Callplus for access determinations in relation to the regulated bitstream service.

The applications request that the Commission determine terms for access to regulated bitstream that are consistent with a previous determination providing regulated access to TelstraClear issued in December last year (Decision 568).

The Commission has asked the relevant parties to provide comments by 13 April 2006 on matters relating to the applications.

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