Such a determination is referred to as a standard terms determination (STD). Section 30C of the Act provides that the Commission may, on its own initiative, initiate the standard terms development process for any of the designated or specified services within the Act.
The Mobile Termination Access Services (MTAS) became a designated access service under the Telecommunications Act 2001 on 24 September 2010.
Under s30R(1) of the Act, the Commission may, on its own initiative, commence a review, at any time, of all or any of the terms specified in a STD. The Commission regularly undertakes reviews of competition in the markets for UCLL Backhaul and UBA Backhaul.
The Commerce Commission issued standard terms covering access by other operators to Telecom's unbundled copper local loop network on 7 November 2008.
Chorus' unbundled copper low frequency (UCLF) service provides other operators access to the low frequency portion of Chorus' copper network for the purposes of providing telecommunications services.
The Commerce Commission issued standard terms covering access by other operators to Telecom's unbundled copper local loop co-location service on 7 November 2008.
The Commission issued its final Standard Terms Determinations for the designated service Telecom's unbundled copper local loop network backhaul (telephone exchange to interconnect point) on 27 June 2007.
The Commission issued a Standard Terms Determination for the Sub-loop services of Unbundled Copper Local Loop, Co-location and Backhaul on 18 June 2009.
The Commerce Commission issued standard terms on which Telecom must make its unbundled bitstream access service available to other operators on 13 December 2007.
The Commerce Commission issued standard terms on which Telecom must make its unbundled bitstream access backhaul service available to other operators on 27 June 2007.
The Mobile Co-location Service is a service that enables co-location of cellular mobile telephone network transmission and reception equipment on or with an access provider's transmission sites.
The Interference Management Plan describes the deployment rules for telecommunication services provided over the unbundled copper local loop.
This page contains details of price adjustments that have occurred under the terms of the UCLL, UBA, SLU and UCLFS STDs.