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Ensuring Equivalence of Access and Choice for Persons with Disabilities in Telecommunications Markets – Consultation Document

Abstract The rapid development and widespread adoption of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) have fundamentally changed almost every aspect of our lives. Governments and industry leaders have all acknowledged that ICTs have the capacity to increase the quality of people’s Continue Reading

Cost Model Assessment Fixed Infrastructure Sharing Costs – Draft Model – Consultation Documents 2021 January Telecommunications

Abstract The Telecommunications Act (“the Act”), specifically Section 29A, empowers the Office to impose on operators the obligation to share infrastructure (tangibles and intangibles) and to determine the terms and conditions of a sharing arrangement.  In keeping with the mandate Continue Reading

Update of the Cost Model for Fixed Termination Rates – Draft Model Consultation Document – PUBLIC (2020 Dec 09)

Abstract The Telecommunications Act (the “Act”), requires that all dominant public telecommunications carriers permit interconnection of their public network with the public network of other carriers for the purpose of the provision of telecommunications services, and that the charges at Continue Reading

Update of the Fixed Cost Model and Assessment of Fixed Infrastructure Sharing Costs – Principles and Methodology

This Consultation Document has been prepared to facilitate discussion and consultation on the approach that the Office of Utilities Regulation (“OUR”/”Office”) will take in relation to two separate modelling exercises: The update of the existing cost model to calculate the Continue Reading

Update of the Fixed Cost Model and Assessment of Fixed Infrastructure Sharing Costs – Principles and Methodology – Consultation Document

Abstract This Consultation Document has been prepared to facilitate discussion and consultation on the approach that the Office of Utilities Regulation (“OUR”/”Office”) will take in relation to two separate modelling exercises: The update of the existing cost model to calculate Continue Reading