Australia - Infrastructure - ULL - Historical Overview
This report has been archived and has not been updated. The unbundling of the local loop or in more technical terms Unconditioned Local Loop Services (ULLS) involves the use of unconditioned cable (typically copper) between end-users and a telephone exchange, where the cable terminates. This service enables access seekers to supply advanced, high-speed data services, such as DSL, to customers as well as local and long-distance voice services in competition with Telstra. As a result, fundamentally new services can be developed which stimulate innovation, competition and new growth.
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2. ULL Analysis – 2006
2.1 Price parity and ULL
2.1.1 Government should not intervene
2.1.2 ULL and Regional Funds are looking after the bush
2.1.3 Do we have to forsake competition in order to protect Telstra’s high margins?
2.1.4 We need to protect open access to the Internet economy
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