Shows that ISP final prices are lower, Internet usage is higher, and the number of ISPs per head of population is lower in New Zealand relative to Australia. Goes on to argue that ISPs pose competitive threats for telecommunications companies and that New Zealand’s open competition regime, relative to Australia’s access regulations, has invited more efficient facilities competition.
Boles de Boer, D., Enright, C. and Evans, L. (2000), "The performance of Internet service provider (ISP) markets of Australia and New Zealand", info, Vol. 2 No. 5, pp. 487-495. https://doi.org/10.1108/14636690010801672Download as .RIS
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