MyRepublic Penalised for Breaching TDL Levy Requirements

  • Jul 29, 2020 NZST
  • Team Kalkine
MyRepublic Penalised for Breaching TDL Levy Requirements

Internet service provider, MyRepublic has been penalised by the Commerce Commission for violating statutory obligations under the Telecommunications Development Levy (TDL).

MyRepublic was penalised after it failed to provide the required information by the due date and the Company only did so following persuasion by the Commission for numerous months.

In response to the latest breach, the Commission has decided to issue a civil infringement notice, carrying a fixed pecuniary penalty of $2,000.

Notably, the Company was furnished a written warning for a similar breach in 2018.


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