In combination with the Australian government`s political reforms, Telstra estimates that the agreement announced today will allow Cestra to re-value a net worth of about $11 billion. Payments from NBN Co to Telstra would be made over several years during implementation. (c) the conduct of another NBN company in order to facilitate the first NBN capital company that can implement a provision of the agreement; The national broadband network is a key concept used to define the contracts, agreements and agreements that are governed by this provision. Section 5 of the National Broadband Network Companies Act 2011 defines this as the national telecommunications network for high-speed communications transmission, in which an NBN company, whose definition includes NBN Co, participated in the creation or development of the network. Part IV of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (CCA) contains certain prohibitions related to anti-competitive behaviour, including anti-competitive practices, anti-competitive agreements, exclusion clauses and market power insanity. Section 51 of the CCA provides in part that in order to determine whether a person has violated Part IV of the CCA, certain situations must be ignored, including those mentioned in legislation and expressly authorized by statute. Subsection 577BA (9) of the Telecommunications Act 1997 (Law) allows the Minister to establish through a legal instrument that section 577BA (8) applies and has always been applied. , on a contract, agreement or agreement between Telstra Corporation Limited (Telstra) and NBN Corporation Limited (NBN Co), as if Telstra had entered into such a contract, agreement or agreement to comply with a structural separation entity under Section 577A of the Act. This agreement paves the way for faster, cheaper and more efficient deployment of the national broadband network, with faster use. Section 577BA (8) of the Act provides that, when it enters into a contract, agreement or agreement (short for „agreement“) with an NBN company and does so to comply with a requirement under Section 577A of the Act that is then in force, Telstra and NBN Co entered into four agreements in 2011 (collectively referred to as „final agreements“). : the access declaration, the statement of execution and interpretation, the subscription agreement and the NBN infrastructure services agreement.

The four initial final agreements were approved in accordance with Section 577BA of the Act. In particular, in accordance with Section 577BA (3) of the Act: the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will review the competitive aspects of the agreement, as provided for by the Telecommunications Competition and Consumer Protection Act, which the government still intends to adopt in order to enhance industry safety. As part of the SSU, Telstra is committed to gradually separating its fixed networks structurally. Telstra will cease to provide fixed voice and broadband services through its copper and hybrid fibre optic (HFC) coaxial networks and will begin providing these services through NBN, with NBN being introduced. The SSU also requires Telstra to provide equivalent and transparent Telstra services for large customers during the transition period to NBN. The Australian government today welcomed The announcement by Telstra and NBN Co of a financial agreement. During 2014, Telstra and NBN Co negotiated revised final agreements to facilitate the implementation of the MTM NBN model. The revised final agreements are conditional on accC approval of a revised Telstra migration plan reflecting the new MTM agreements.