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Commerce Commission's Mobile Market Review

TUANZ Welcomes the Broader Scope of the Commerce Commission's Mobile Market Review


TUANZ welcomes today’s release of the scope for the review of the mobile market that the Commerce Commission will undertake this year.

“We have been consistent over the last few years in calling for a fully independent study of the market structure for mobile services and so it’s positive to see the final scope of the Commission’s review reflect a number of our recommendations.” Said Craig Young, CEO of TUANZ.

“Our members have been clear to us that while they recognise that the NZ market has delivered improved competition with things such as the introduction of a third network, and investment in the latest technology, they want to see a full review of where we are and what we need to ensure that strong competition remains In this market.” Said Mr Young.

The Chair of TUANZ, Liz Gosling (CIO Auckland University of Technology) said “As the independant representative group of users of these services, we will fully engage with our members to ensure that their views are represented to the Commission as they undertake this review.”


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