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In older buildings the ‘switchroom’ is one-stop shop of connections: Telecommunications, NBN, security camera access etc.
Ausgrid, Telstra and a number of other large utility companies have signed deals with Integrity Locksmiths (licence holder), for the exclusive use of the Abloy master key system replacing the easier to obtain NMB keys. This effectively locks out a vast number of trades that need day-to day or emergency access to services as basic as meter reading.
Getting access or a key is like pulling teeth.
Why is this monopoly allowed to restrict access to privately owned space?
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