The NBN Services in Operation Record Keeping Rules (RKR) require NBN Co to provide information on the number of Access Virtual Circuit (AVC) services in operation, the amount of Connectivity Virtual Circuit (CVC) capacity being acquired and average CVC utilisation over the NBN.
This information will be used to assist the ACCC in regulating access to the NBN and performing its regulatory functions under Parts XIB and XIC of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010. The NBN Services in Operation RKR is likely to eventually replace the Customer Access Network (CAN) RKR as customers on the copper network are progressively switched over to the NBN.
The ACCC considers that the RKR will indirectly benefit consumers by supporting better regulatory decision-making that promotes competition and efficient use of the NBN, as well as investment in the NBN and services provided over the NBN.
|Consultation draft||4 August 2014|
|RKR 2014||8 September 2014|
|2017 Consultation paper||30 June 2017|
|Extension of 2017 NBN SIO RKR||18 September 2017|
|2017 further consultation paper||10 October 2017|
|2017 Variation of NBN SIO RKR||19 December 2017|
|2017 NBN SIO RKR Disclosure Direction consultation||19 December 2017|
|March 2018 Variation of NBN SIO RKR Disclosure Direction||26 March 2018|
|November 2018 Variation of NBN SIO RKR Disclosure Direction||23 November 2018|
|Extension of NBN SIO RKR consultation||16 July 2020|
|October 2021 variation of NBN SIO RKR Disclosure Direction||18 October 2021|
|October 2021 consultation - proposed changes to NBN SIO RKR reporting||22 October 2021|