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Commission releases June quarterly report

Media Advisory

Issued 29 August 2008

Commerce Commission releases June quarterly report on telecommunications markets


The Commerce Commission has released its June quarterly monitoring report containing key statistics about telecommunications markets in New Zealand.


This report is the Commission’s sixth quarterly monitoring report, and builds on previous quarterly reports and its annual monitoring report for 2007. The quarterly report format has had a revamp to make it more comprehensive and user friendly.


The June quarterly report is available on the Commission’s website: www.comcom.govt.nz, under Industry Regulation /Telecommunications/Monitoring and Reporting.

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