Consumers lose out with higher regulated access broadband

The Commerce Commission’s verdict to let Chorus charge customers more to access its copper lines network has delivered a $240 million bump to the company’s value, driving the shares to a record. The regulator today released its final determination for what Chorus can charge on its regulated copper lines after a more rigorous process to find the price than the initial pricing principle review, which relied on international benchmarks. The price Chorus’s customers will pay for wh

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