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Vodafone Hutchison Australia Pty Limited ACN 096 304 620 (Vodafone) has offered and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (pursuant to a delegation from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)) has accepted a court enforceable undertaking in relation to its third party billing service known as “Direct Carrier Billing” (DCB).
Statements given to the ACCC by an NBN corporation (such as NBN Co) under section 152BEBC of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (CCA) about differences between an access agreement (AA) and an access determination (AD).
This statement of differences was given to the ACCC on 28 February 2013 by CNT Corp Pty Ltd with respect to an access agreement entered into by Clear Networks Pty Ltd with CNT Corp Pty Ltd.
This Part A Competition notice dated 12 April 2006 (in force 13 April 2006) was revoked on 2 March 2007, effective as of 28 February, 2007.
This Part A Competition notice dated 19 March 2004 (in force 20 March 2004) was: varied on 16 July 2004; and revoked on 21 February 2005

This Part A Competition notice dated 6 September 2001 (in force 30 November 2001) was: varied on 30 November 2001; and revoked on 15 May 2002

In June 2001, the Hospitals Contribution Fund of Australia Ltd (HCF) promoted its health insurance cover in NSW and the ACT by a television advertisement which showed the statement "Join before 30th June and get instant cover".
Summary of undertaking offered by FAI General Insurance Company Limited to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) given for the purposes of section 93AA. The ACCC investigated FAI General Insurance Company Limited, in relation to potentially misleading representations on insurance policy renewals.
The Undertaking was varied - Annexure 'B' was replaced with Annexure 'A2', Annexure 'C' was replaced with Annexure 'A3', and the date in paragraph 2.4 of the undertaking was amended.Background: The ACCC investigated National Mutual Health Pty Ltd trading as HBA, in relation to television advertising.
The ACCC investigated National Mutual Health Pty Ltd trading as HBA, in relation to television advertising. The advertisements of concern were broadcast in Victoria during April and early May 2000. The advertisements of concern depicted the same scenario; one of 30 seconds duration and the other of 15 seconds duration.