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Topic # 78854 9-Mar-2011 13:14

Whats the latest on this? Are meetings going ahead as usual after the Chur Chur Quake?

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  Reply # 446991 9-Mar-2011 15:40
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http://www.comcom.govt.nz/mobile-termination-access-services-std/

Conference is supposed to be next week.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 447029 9-Mar-2011 17:52
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I've heard talk in the last few weeks of the ComCom wanting regulated rates in place by July, but that seems like it'd be a very tight timeframe.

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sbiddle: I've heard talk in the last few weeks of the ComCom wanting regulated rates in place by July, but that seems like it'd be a very tight timeframe.


According to the info on their website a final determination will be released on 31 March.









Commencement of standard terms determination process



28 September 2010





Scoping workshop



6 October 2010





Request for standard terms proposal released



7 October 2010





Standard terms proposal provided by Vodafone



5 November 2010





Submissions on standard terms proposal received



19 / 22 November 2010





Draft standard terms determination released



23 December 2010





Submissions on draft standard terms determination received



7 February 2011





Cross-submissions on draft standard terms determination received



5pm 24 February 2011





Release of detailed agenda and Conference arrangements letter


4 March 2011



Conference



15-16 March 2011





Final standard terms determination released



by 31 March 2011





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