Structural separation of Telecom
Telecom will be split into two separate companies - Telecom and Chorus2. The split is part of the agreements to roll out ultra-fast broadband.
- Regulatory framework for the separation of Telecom [17 KB PDF]
- Telecom's Kiwishare and telecommunications service obligations [27 KB PDF]
Early consideration of the impact of structural separation
Telecom's structural separation will be a major change in the telecommunications industry's structure and regulatory regime.
Because of this, we gathered public feedback on a discussion document to consider the split's implications for the:
- Regulatory framework for copper services.
- Operational and accounting separation of Telecom.
- Local service telecommunication service obligations.
Submitters were then invited to provide feedback on the other submissions received.
- Discussion document (submissions closed October 2010): Regulatory Implications of Structural Separation [235 KB PDF]
- Letter sent to submitters to invite cross-submissions [15 KB PDF]
- 2Degrees [601 KB PDF]
- Business NZ [105 KB PDF]
- Commerce Commission [231 KB PDF]
- Counties Power Ltd [94 KB PDF]
- Digital Auckland Working Party (confidential sections have been withheld) [151 KB PDF]
- Federated Farmers of New Zealand [131 KB PDF]
- Dave Heatly & Bronwyn Howell [610 KB PDF]
- InternetNZ [139 KB PDF]
- NZ Regional Fibre Group [1 MB PDF]
- Rural Women New Zealand [150 KB PDF]
- Telecom New Zealand Ltd [592 KB PDF]
- Telecommunications Carriers Forum [101 KB PDF]
- TelstraClear Ltd [312 KB PDF]
- Telecommunications Users' Association of New Zealand (TUANZ) [59 KB PDF]
- Vector Ltd [410 KB PDF]
- Vodafone [193 KB PDF]
- Michael Wigley [187 KB PDF]
- 2Degrees [115 KB PDF]
- InternetNZ [209 KB PDF]
- Telecom New Zealand Ltd [323 KB PDF]
- TelstraClear Ltd [454 KB PDF]
- Telecommunications Users' Association of New Zealand (TUANZ) [579 KB PDF]
- Vector Ltd [263 KB PDF]
- Vodafone [74 KB PDF]