Subject: [ISOCNZ-COUNCIL] Telecom Update
Date: Wed, 30 Jun 1999 12:23:19 +1200
From: "Sue Leader" <netwoman(a)one2one.co.nz>
You may remember that ISOCNZ was waiting until we met with Telecom
representatives and got some core questions answered before taking a
position on the Internet Access Pricing Changes/0867 number
After a series of delays Telecom managed to get the right group of
together at the same time and place, and the ISOCNZ delegation met with
those representatives on last Friday (June 25).
The meeting was productive, with answers being provided to almost all
questions. In addition, ISOCNZ was able to negotiate some favorable
outcomes for our stakeholders.
So why the delay in letting you know? Telecom undertook to supplement
notes of the meeting with written responses by close of day yesterday
(Tuesday 29). As soon as these arrive we will make them available on the
In the meantime we have decided to publish the written questions which
ISOCNZ provided to Telecom on June 13 - fifteen days before the meeting.
These questions were compiled from questions supplied by our
stakeholders, primarily via the isocnz-l list.
As the timeframe dragged out, the Council took the opportunity to refine
questions into subject groupings which would allow the topics to be more
easily covered during the space of the meeting. Telecom had these
questions several days in advance, as well as the original list of 33
questions. Both sets of questions are linked from:
On a happier note - the Media Releases page has been updated recently
includes information on the appointment of two NZers to International
Governance Bodies - Peter Dengate Thrush and Andy Linton. The media
didn't really pick up on this story and I felt we needed to celebrate
achievements - to read all about it - please reload the Media Releases
Sue Leader - Executive Director
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