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Topic # 157406 30-Nov-2014 17:35

It's out tomorrow

MOD EDIT : SP : Date added to title

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  Reply # 1185866 30-Nov-2014 18:20
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I was very excited when I read the title.

And now I'm just disappointed I have to wait until tomorrow.

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  Reply # 1185887 30-Nov-2014 19:18
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ckc: I was very excited when I read the title.

And now I'm just disappointed I have to wait until tomorrow.


Exactly... OP please leave this till you have ACTUAL news?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1185899 30-Nov-2014 19:49

Should have "actual news" tomorrow morning.  I assume it will be before the market opens at 10.00am.  Doesn't anyone know?  Haven't been able to find out on the ComCom website. 

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  Reply # 1185901 30-Nov-2014 19:53
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Where did you hear the 1st from? It was always scheduled for the 2nd and the ComCom website still says 2nd December.




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  Reply # 1185907 30-Nov-2014 20:07

I got it from this link here:

http://www.comcom.govt.nz/the-commission/media-centre/media-releases/detail/2014/commerce-commission-extends-copper-pricing-consultation which includes the sentence:

"The Commission is now aiming for a draft decision on both prices by 1 December 2014, and a final decision by 1 April 2015."

I interpreted "by 1 December" as tomorrow but the ComCom may have meant that as 2 December. 

Apologies everyone.

Edit: Here's a more recent link - looks like it was pushed out an extra day:

http://www.comcom.govt.nz/regulated-industries/telecommunications/regulated-services/standard-terms-determinations/unbundled-copper-local-loop-and-unbundled-bitstream-access-services-final-pricing-principle/



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  Reply # 1185911 30-Nov-2014 20:14

yes, silly me! I've been fixated on 1 December for the last 6 months.  What's one more day I guess. 

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  Reply # 1185915 30-Nov-2014 20:23
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I'm just waiting for the response from people if the Commerce Commission come out with UBA pricing that is above what it actually as. As crazy as it sounds it is actually a possible real world scenario.




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  Reply # 1185918 30-Nov-2014 20:35

Trust me, I've thought about that in great detail.  It's actually one of my fantasies sometimes as I drift off to sleep (sounds crazy but I'm serious).  I think about the calls for immediate Government intervention that would ensue and the unashamed barefaced hypocrisy of it all. It would be delightful.

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