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Telstra's migration plan

Telstra needs a plan to make the changes that are needed. This is called a migration plan. 

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 Telstra’s Migration Plan must cover.

The Issue

The National Broadband Network (NBN) will eventually see a high-speed, multiple technology network replace the current copper-wire network across Australia. Part of this change is that NBN Co will eventually take over the network from Telstra.

Telstra needs a plan to make the changes that are needed. This is called a migration plan. It will outlining the steps that Telstra must take to disconnect voice and broadband services on its copper and hybrid fibre-coaxial (HFC) networks as people move to the fixed-line NBN.

Relevant Documentation

Telstra’s Migration Plan: Regulatory Instruments consultation paper 

Published 16th Dec 2014

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Telstra’s Migration Plan: Regulatory Instruments consultation paper

Outcome

Regulations for Telstra’s migration plan have been finalised in consultation with Telstra and NBN Co. The regulations describe what Telstra’s Migration Plan must cover.  

Telecommunications (Migration Plan Principles) Determination

Telecommunications (Migration Plan - Specified Matters) Instrument 2015

Telstra can now lodge its revised Migration Plan with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). 

Participate

16 Dec 2014 09:00 AEDT
07 Jan 2015 17:00 AEDT
Closed
This consultation is closed.

Submissions

iiNet - Supplementary Submission
Telstra
Document
Australian Communications Consumer Action Network
Competitive Carriers Coalition
iiNet
Document