Compliance & anti-competitive conduct

The ACCC monitors and enforces compliance with a range of telecommunications-specific legislation as well as the general consumer protection and anti-competitive conduct provisions in the Competition and Consumer Act 2010. As part of this role the ACCC has published guidance for industry on its investigatory tools and its approach to specific issues such as broadband performance claims.

Information about telecommunications-specific ‘competition notice’ framework in Part XIB of the Act is available in Telecommunications competition notice guidelines.

Projects

Title Industry Type Status
Broadband 'speed' claims - information papers Communications Information paper Ongoing
2017

The ACCC 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).

Closure of South Brisbane (QLD) Exchange Communications Compliance assessment Finalised
2011
In July 2010, Telstra announced that it would be upgrading its existing copper network in South Brisbane to a fibre-to-the-premises network.
Bundling in telecommunications markets Communications Information paper Finalised
2003
In August 2003 the ACCC released an information paper on bundling in the telecommunications industry.

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