The government has asked the Bureau of Communications Research (BCR) to consider new ways that NBN fixed wireless and satellite services can be funded. The BCR is seeking comments by 1 June 2015 on its NBN Non-commercial Services Funding Options consultation paper.
In December 2014, the Government released for comment a new policy setting out its proposed approach to the provision of telecommunications infrastructure in new real estate developments.
Japanese and Australian representatives have discussed mobile roaming rates between the two countries ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, at their first Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Policy Dialogue today. Representatives also reaffirmed their cooperation on agricultural and geospatial projects using Japan’s Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) that operates over both nations.
The Government has released today a consultation paper proposing a carrier licensing exemption designed to make it easier for carriers to use private telecommunications infrastructure.
More than 2000 Australians have had their say in the Triple Zero review online survey and it is clear most Australians want the Triple Zero service to embrace new technology.
The Korea, Australia, New Zealand (KANZ) Technology Summit 2014 brings together industry, research and policy representatives from Korea, Australia and New Zealand to discuss digital developments and explore opportunities for collaboration and new business.
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The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP
Minister for Communications
The Hon Paul Fletcher MP
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications