Internet interest group InternetNZ has urged the Commerce Commission not to rush its pricing review of copper broadband services.
The commission proposed in February that the pricing review be completed by November 30.
The review will set how much Chorus can charge telecommunications companies for access to its copper network and for wholesale services that allow telecommunications retailers to sell phone and broadband to homes and businesses.
Chorus supported the commission's timeline and recommended that both services be reviewed at the same time.
InternetNZ chief executive Jordan Carter said the commission needed to take more time to get the review right.
"The timeframe the commission is aiming at won't give it time to do the job that needs to be done," he said.
- The Dominion Post