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Preselection variation agreement / AUSTEL
Bib ID 1376886
Format BookBook
Description [Melbourne, Vic.] : AUSTEL, 1993 
1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Access agreements register.

Notes

"This register has been created by AUSTEL in accordance with the requirements of section 144 of the Telecommunications Act 1991. The attached report is taken from the Public part of this Register" -- cover.

At head of title: AUSTEL Australian Telecommunications Authority.

"This agreement was made under Part 8 of the Telecommunications Act 1991 between: Telstra Corporation ... and Optus Networks".

Subjects Telecommunication -- Australia.  |  Telecommunication policy -- Australia.  |  Contracts -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors AUSTEL  |  Telstra Corporation  |  Optus Communications

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