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On 13 December 2013 the ACCC accepted NBN Co's Special Access Undertaking (SAU). The SAU commenced on 13 December 2013 and will expire in 2040.
On 12 December 2018, the ACCC commenced a combined public inquiry into making final access determinations for the 6 fixed line telecommunications services and the wholesale ADSL service.
The Measuring Broadband Australia program provides Australian consumers with accurate and independent information about broadband performance to assist their purchasing decisions.
The ACCC proposes to publish a NBN Wholesale Market Indicators report which would provide, on a quarterly basis, visibility over the development of the wholesale market for NBN access services.
On 29 November 2022, NBN Co lodged a variation to its Special Access Undertaking (SAU) with the ACCC.
The ACCC made the Audit of Telecommunications Infrastructure Assets record keeping rule in December 2007. The record keeping rule requires specified carriers to report on the locations of their core network and customer access network (CAN) infrastructure.
On 19 July 2021 the ACCC commenced a public inquiry to make a final access determination for the superfast broadband access service (SBAS) following its decision to declare the service.
The ACCC is proposing to develop a new record keeping rule (RKR) to collect service quality and network performance information from NBN Co and in the future other superfast broadband network providers.
On 29 March 2022, NBN Co lodged a variation to its Special Access Undertaking (SAU) with the ACCC. NBN Co's proposed SAU variation followed an extensive industry consultation process hosted by the ACCC during the second half of 2021 to consider the future regulatory framework for the NBN.
The ACCC has released a series of information papers to inform ISPs and companies advertising broadband and wireless internet services of their obligations under the Trade Practices Act 1974, now the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (the Act).