Entries by Craig Young

5th July 2019 : Submission to the Commerce Commission in response to their Preliminary Issue Paper, Mobile Market Review.

5th July 2019 Today we have filed with the Commerce Commission our submission responding to the preliminary issues that they identified in a paper released as part of their Mobile Market review on the 16th May (You can see that paper here). In our submission we cover our position supporting the multi-player market that has […]

21st Dec 2018 : Submission to the Commerce Commission on the proposed approach to the new fibre pricing framework

21st December 2018 Today we have filed with the Commerce Commission our submission on their proposed approach to implementing the new regulatory framework for Fibre services.  In our submission we highlighted three issues: Reliance on the Commission and s162 – with our limited resources we trust in the independance and the expertise of the Commission to […]

TUANZ Media Release: TUANZ welcomes the broader scope of the Commerce Commissions mobile market review

27th March 2018 TUANZ welcomes the broader scope of the Commerce Commissions 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 […]

TUANZ Media Release: Enable And TUANZ to Develop Future Technology Leaders

8th February 2018 Christchurch fibre broadband provider, Enable, is the inaugural foundation sponsor of the Christchurch chapter of FLINT, or Future Leaders in Technology, a national leadership programme run by TUANZ (Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand) that provides networking development opportunities for the next generation of technology industry leaders. After successful FLINT chapters in […]

TUANZ Media Release: TUANZ welcomes the introduction of the Telecommunications (New Regulatory Framework) Amendment Bill

8th August 2017 TUANZ welcomes today’s long awaited introduction of the Telecommunications Amendment Bill which is the outcome of the review of the current regulatory framework.   “Earlier this year we stated our support of many of the proposed changes when outlined in an options paper, and it’s pleasing to see these make it to […]