ACCC blasted over NBN speed monitoring delay, ‘inadequate’ tests

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has been slammed by telecommunications industry insiders over its almost 7-month delay to implement NBN speed test monitoring, as well as the “inadequate” methodology it has chosen for the tests.

The ACCC speed test announcement was first revealed by the regulator in April, with it saying then that after appointing a testing provider, it would “commence the program in May 2017, and will provide comparative information for consumers during the second half of the year”.

Read the full article on the Sydney Morning Herald website


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