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Topic # 6305 14-Jan-2006 18:38
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Sounds like a good interim step to me, although short on specifics, at least it will be available much sooner, rather than waiting 6 months for the Commerce Commissioners ruling.

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Reply # 26446 14-Jan-2006 19:35
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I think this quote sums my opinion up - Unbundling and the development of a true wholesale market remain critical, however the commercial UBS agreement is a pragmatic step...”.





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Reply # 26447 14-Jan-2006 19:44
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cokemaster: I think this quote sums my opinion up - Unbundling and the development of a true wholesale market remain critical, however the commercial UBS agreement is a pragmatic step...”.


Agreed.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 26468 14-Jan-2006 22:47
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Sounds like they are playing on the same field for the first time

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Reply # 26479 15-Jan-2006 01:24
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XTRAmsn has an article on it.

Ironic. Considering the XTRAmsn-Telecom link. Though in saying that, it appears the article is from NewstalkZB.




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  Reply # 26501 15-Jan-2006 16:55
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cokemaster: XTRAmsn has an article on it.

Ironic. Considering the XTRAmsn-Telecom link. Though in saying that, it appears the article is from NewstalkZB.


An article with quite a few more details can be found here:

TelstraClear/Telecom Deal

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