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  1. iiNet and Internode to compensate customers for misleading NBN speed claims

    20 March 2018 - 20 March 2018 Internet providers iiNet Limited and Internode Pty Ltd will compensate more than 11,000 customers who … Remedies will now be offered to more than 8,000 iiNet customers and more than 3,000 Internode customers. Affected customers can … and receiving a refund. “iiNet and Internode have admitted that between 2015 and mid-2017, they both likely engaged in misleading …
  2. Monitoring broadband performance

    6 December 2021 - features the following service providers: Aussie Broadband, Dodo and iPrimus, Exetel, iiNet, MyRepublic, Optus, Telstra, TPG …
  3. Dodo, iPrimus and Commander to compensate over 5000 customers

    23 March 2018 - even the next lowest tier of 50/20 Mbps. Background The ACCC has accepted undertakings from Telstra, Optus, TPG, iiNet … their internet service provider by: Optus: 6 April 2018 iiNet: 27 April 2018 Internode: 27 April 2018 Further information about ACCC … Optus to compensate customers for slow NBN speeds TPG to compensate customers for slow NBN speeds iiNet and Internode …
  4. Division 12 & Internet Activity Record Keeping Rule (RKR) review

    8 December 2020 - on fixed voice, mobile and internet services on an annual (financial year) basis from Telstra, Optus, Vodafone, iiNet and TPG …
  5. Discussion paper

    6 May 2015 - SBAS declaration inquiry – Thomson Geer (on behalf of iiNet) submission – 5 June 2015 ( PDF 464.19 KB ) 24 June 2015 SBAS … The ACCC received confidential submissions from Thomson Geer (on behalf of iiNet), Vocus and NBN. An overview of the submissions received is shown below by stakeholder, along with a designated contact person. Thomson Geer (on behalf of iiNet) SBAS …
  6. Communications affordability and the role of efficient markets

    1 September 2015 - the service. TPG / iINet Many of you will be aware of the ACCC’s recent decision on the acquisition by TPG of iiNet. The ACCC … draw the line? Should it have drawn a line in the sand with respect to the TPG/iiNet acquisition, or will it be the next … stand today. In the TPG acquisition, the ACCC concluded that the removal of iiNet as an independent competitor would lessen …
  7. Internet Activity RKR 2018

    11 December 2018 - carriage service providers required to report include Aussie Broadband, Australian Private Networks, Dodo, Harbour ISP, iiNet
  8. Receipt of preliminary submissions

    5 March 2014 - 5 March 2014 On 5 March 2014, Optus provided an early submission to the inquiry. On 24 March 2014, Herbert Geer, on behalf of TPG and iiNet, provided a report prepared by Frontier Economics as an early submission to the inquiry. On 4 June … for Lease/Purchase of Fixed-Line Assets ( PDF 978.68 KB ) 20 March 2014 Frontier Economics report on behalf of TPG and iiNet – Payments …
  9. Discussion paper

    30 October 2014 - iiNet submission (12 December 2014) ( PDF 307.13 KB ) 18 December 2014 FSR FAD inquiry – Non Price Terms and Conditions … confidential submissions from iiNet, Telstra and Vodafone. An overview of the submissions received is shown below by stakeholder, along with a designated contact person. iiNet FSR FAD inquiry – Non Price Terms & Conditions – iiNet Submission (12 December …
  10. Request for further information

    4 June 2015 - behalf of iiNet) TPG Telecom Group Vodafone. The ACCC requested that this information be provided by 19 June 2015. The ACCC … PDF 87.39 KB ) 24 June 2015 iiNet response to request for further information - 23 June 2015 ( PDF 123.64 KB ) 24 June … The ACCC received confidential responses from iiNet, Optus and M2. An overview of the responses received is shown below …