Optus chief opposes intervention

Paul O’Sullivan has shot down calls for a rethink on the mobile sector's regulatory regime.

Acting Optus chief and Singtel Consumer Group boss Paul O’Sullivan has shot down calls for the government to rethink the regulatory regime overseeing competition in the mobile sector, saying the system should change only if there are clear signs of market failure.

There has been mounting pressure from Vodafone Australia for the government to intervene in the mobiles market, which has been dominated by Telstra for the past three years.

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