Source: itnews

Notes from closed door two-day summit quietly published.

NBN Co has come under industry pressure to improve its minimum commitments to service quality and to be more transparent about its network performance.

The company also revealed more details about proposed mechanisms to cap price rises in a forthcoming revision of the special access undertaking (SAU).

The SAU is the key regulatory document that sets price and non-price terms for the NBN through to 2040, and is currently undergoing a review.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) quietly published extensive notes [pdf] of a mid-August meeting between it, NBN Co, government officials and industry, at the end of last week.

The meeting was set up to workshop a refreshed model for the revision of the SAU; NBN Co withdrew the last SAU revision following government feedback.