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As part of our regulatory role in the telecommunications market, we regularly produce studies and reports on how the market is performing. Some of these are topic papers that focus on specific areas, market developments and trends.
We completed our study of mobile markets in New Zealand in September 2019.
In addition to an annual telecommunications market monitoring report we are now producing topic papers that focus on specific areas of interest, market developments and trends.
The fibre undertakings entered into by Chorus and the Local Fibre Companies (LFCs) contain Equivalence of Inputs (EOI) obligations. We monitor Chorus and the LFCs compliance with these obligations.
We regulate the wholesale inputs that are required to supply broadband services and retail fixed-line voice services in New Zealand.
We have concluded our study of backhaul services.
We undertook a study to improve our understanding of the business mobile market in New Zealand.
This report examines price trends for retail broadband over the period 2011 to 2014 and the impact on retail service providers (RSPs) of changes in the price of wholesale inputs.
In 2014 we undertook a review of our mobile monitoring functions.
We compare New Zealand’s retail prices for fixed-line voice, broadband, mobile voice, text and data services with those applying in other OECD countries.
The demand side study aims to identify issues that might affect the uptake of high speed broadband in New Zealand.
In 2011 we undertook a survey of consumer switching in telecommunications markets. We contracted Roy Morgan Research to do the work.