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SingTel-Optus chairman Paul O'Sullivan has called for the break-up of Telstra, warning that the telco's incumbent market position and ownership of the copper network is so vital to the government's mixed-technology NBN rollout that it will trample competition in the Australian market.
The Australian competition watchdog will continue to allow retail telecommunication service providers to use Telstra's copper network for another five years.
Most backhaul network services provided by Telstra and other providers will still be regulated by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission for at least the next five years.
While the Australian government decides the fate of NBN competition, TPG is already building its fibre to the basement network and has live trial customers.
Treasury has thrown its support behind the government capping off NBN Co investment at AU$29.5 billion, and opening up the network to infrastructure-based competition.
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Bouygues is hoping to defuse competition tensions by offering to sell its network and spectrum to rival telco Free.
Faced with competition from local players such as Xiaomi and Huawei, Apple is unlikely to sustain demand when the smartphone begins running on China Mobile's network from January 17, due to its premium price points.
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Amid anti-competition concerns, the telecoms regulator has given its nod to the S$126 million deal but with extra conditions added. It also believes the consolidation can improve Singapore's network resiliency contrary to worries.
Following the competition regulator's nod of approval, NBN Co will begin incorporating TransACT's Canberra fibre network into its own over the next nine months.
Chinese government wants public feedback on its draft proposal for mobile virtual network operator trials, aimed at increasing competition in the market dominated by three telcos.
Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull brands the ACCC's decision to allow the Optus-NBN deal to shut down Optus' HFC network as a black day for the competition regulator.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has approved decommissioning Optus' Hybrid fibre-coaxial network, on the grounds that the competitive benefits soon won't be relevant to the NBN.
The European Commission has given the go-ahead for £6m in EU public funding for the construction of a super-fast broadband network in Birmingham.The commission gave the green light to the project on the grounds that the resulting infrastructure will be "genuinely open to all operators" and will therefore increase competition.
Telstra is thinking about purchasing the Nine Network, and is currently going over the numbers with an investment bank advisor, according to The Australian. Does this put the cat among the pigeons for the competition watchdog?
Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has slammed the competition watchdog's pending approval of the $800 million deal between Optus and NBN Co that sees the telco shut down its hybrid fibre-coaxial (HFC) network, and move customers onto the National Broadband Network (NBN).
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has issued a draft determination, approving the $800 million deal between NBN Co and Optus, to migrate Optus' Hybrid-Fibre Coaxial (HFC) customers onto the National Broadband Network (NBN).
Vodafone has admitted that it is tough for new entrants to launch services on the National Broadband Network (NBN), and has called on the government to publicise the improved competition on the $35.9 billion project.
Telstra has asked the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to be released from its obligation to provide wholesale voice services to competitors in National Broadband Network (NBN) greenfield sites.
With Telstra's network available and all the boxes ticked around regulatory reform and competition approvals, NBN Co has now set its rather ambitious targets and has only itself to blame if — or when, as the case may be — it fails to meet them.
The approval of the structural separation of Telstra means the government can go ahead with the roll-out of the National Broadband Network (NBN), offering genuine competition in telecommunications, Prime Minister Julia Gillard said.