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Declarations under Part XIC ( PDF 99.2 KB )

The flowchart provides a conceptual overview of the processes for declaring a service, including an explanation of the differences between how a National Broadband Network (NBN) and non-NBN service can be declared. For a more detailed explanation please refer to the Guideline for Part XIC declaration provisions for telecommunication services.

Anticompetitive conduct under Part XIB ( PDF 149.19 KB )

This flowchart sets out the matters that the ACCC will consider when deciding whether to issue a competition notice and the appropriateness of the ACCC issuing competition notices as opposed to taking other action under the Act. The flowchart complements the Telecommunications - competition notice guidelines.

Access determinations under Part XIC ( PDF 78.5 KB ) Under Part XIC of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010, the ACCC assesses special access undertakings and makes access determinations about the terms and conditions of access to telecommunications services. This flowchart provides an overview of those administrative processes.
Record keeping rules under Part XIB ( PDF 87.4 KB ) The ACCC collects a range of information from Telstra and other telecommunications providers to monitor competition, monitor market developments and inform regulatory decisions. This flowchart outlines the administrative steps required for the ACCC’s to make record-keeping.
Assessments under Part IIIA ( PDF 50.85 KB ) Part IIIA of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 establishes a legal regime to facilitate third party access to services provided through facilities with natural monopoly characteristics. This flowchart provides an overview of the steps required to make assessment under the regime.
Price notifications under Part VIIA ( PDF 138.36 KB )

The ACCC, with the approval of the Minister, may declare goods or services to be notified goods or services and a firm in relation to certain goods and services to be a declared firm. Declaration of a firm obliges that firm to notify the ACCC of proposed increases in the price of notified goods or services in certain circumstances. The ACCC must then assess the proposed price and decide whether or not to object to the increase.

This flowchart outlines the procedure for lodgement and assessment of Part VIIA price notifications.

Statement of regulatory approach to assessing price notifications ( PDF 410.92 KB | DOCX 140.86 KB ) The ACCC has responsibility for assessing price notifications under Division 4 of Part VIIA of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010.
Competition in Data Markets ( PDF 638.13 KB ) A final report on whether to declare certain ISDN services, and whether to amend declarations for the digital data access service and transmission capacity.

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