Unbundled Bitstream Access services

This section holds all the current regarding the Commissions standard terms determination for the Unbundled Bitstream Access (UBA) and UBA Backhaul services.

Unbundled Bitstream Access (UBA)

The UBA service is a DSL enabled service that enables access to, and interconnection with, that part of Chorus’ fixed Public Data Network (PDN) that connects the end user’s building to Chorus’ first data switch (or equivalent facility), other than a DSLAM. This is a designated access service.

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UBA section 30R review of non-price terms

On 1 April 2015, the Commission commenced a section 30R review of the STD for the UBA service.

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UBA Backhaul

UBA Backhaul is a service that provides transmission capacity in Telecom's network between the trunk side of Telecom's first data switch (or equivalent facility), other than a DSLAM, and the access seeker's nearest available point of interconnection. This is a designated access service.

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New UBA Variants

The Commerce Commission has decided to take no further action on its investigation into Chorus’ proposed changes to the regulated unbundled bitstream access (UBA) service. This effectively ends the investigation, from 1 April 2015.

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