The Australian Competition and Consumer Authority concludes its inquiry on transmission regulation

ACCC concludes its inquiry on transmission regulation* The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has concluded its inquiry into the regulation of transmission services (known as the Domestic Transmission Capacity Service or 'DTCS'). The ACCC has decided to maintain regulation for a further five years until 31 March 2019. The DTCS is a high capacity wholesale service used by communications companies to carry large volumes of data, video and other communications traffic. It is a critical input for the supply of other telecommunications services that are delivered to consumers and businesses, including services provided over

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition and Consumer Authority concludes its inquiry on transmission regulation, 28 March 2014, e-Competitions March 2014, Art. N° 65028

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