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Regulatory framing paper for the NBN

The NBN Expert panel sought your views on what should be included in a regulatory framework for broadband.

Why we want your input

To know how the changes will affect you.

How you can voice your opinion

Tell us what you think in a written submission.

What will be the outcome of this consultation?

What should be included in a regulatory framework for broadband.

The Issue

The National Broadband Network (NBN) will give Australians access to fast and affordable broadband.

The NBN Expert panel sought your views on what should be included in a regulatory framework for broadband. 

Relevant Documentation

Regulatory Issues Framing Paper 

Published 13th Feb 2014

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Regulatory Issues Framing Paper

Media Release 

Published 13th Feb 2014

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Regulatory Issues Framing Paper - Media Release

Outcome

The consultation informed the development of the Vertigan Panel’s Independent Cost-Benefit Analysis of Broadband and Review of Regulation (ICBARR). ICBARR led to the release of the Government’s Telecommunications Regulatory and Structural Reform Paper in December 2014, which sets out the Government’s framework for regulatory reform in the telecommunications sector and its response to the 53 recommendations made within ICBARR.

Participate

13 Feb 2014 09:00 AEDT - 14 Mar 2014 12:00 AEDT
Closed

Submissions

iiNet
Peter Lewis
Document
Internet Society AU
Document
Proeye Communications Security Systems
JohnRiddler RobertJames
Property Council
Document
LGAQ
Document
Regional Development Australia
Macquarie Telecom
Ross Hartley
Document