Our alliance advocates strongly for real competition – to legislators, regulators and the Australian public. In this section you will find submissions and reports developed by Commpete.
It is Commpete’s view the MTAS should continue to be regulated by the ACCC because each MNO continues to have exclusive control of access to customers on their respective networks and as such there continues to be a risk that MNO’s could refuse or set anti-competitive terms of access to their networks.
This submission provides general comments relevant to the matters raised in the Consultation Letter and also responds to some specific questions raised in the Consultation Letter which are relevant to the interests of the CCC’s members.
In Commpete’s view, the DTCS declaration should be extended with some modification to prevent gaming of the declaration and to ensure that regulation is not withdrawn in areas in which competitive supply is theoretically feasible, but does not actually exist.
Commpete represents challenger providers who are retailers and wholesalers of digital communication.