Medical alarms, autodiallers and emergency buttons

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Medical alarms, autodiallers and emergency buttons that use a fixed line connection need to be migrated to the National Broadband Network, or an alternative operating platform, before your existing service is disconnected. Read about how to register your details on NBN Co’s Medical Alarm Register.

Broadband networks in apartment buildings - considerations for property owners and managers

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We are aware that building owners and managers are being approached by telecommunications carriers to install new equipment to provide very fast broadband services in their buildings. This information is designed to assist building owners and managers to make informed decisions.

Your home phone and the NBN

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The National Broadband Network (NBN) is a major upgrade to Australia's national telecommunications infrastructure, and will deliver fast broadband to all Australian homes and businesses. In NBN fixed line areas, if you only use a landline telephone service without internet (known as a 'voice only' service), you need to move this service to the NBN.

Impacts of 5G on productivity and economic growth

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Australians increasingly consider mobile connectivity to be essential, and the next generation of mobile technology — 5G — is expected to improve consumer experiences and raise business productivity. ...

Australian Government response to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts report: Inquiry into broadcasting, online content and live production to rural and regional Australia

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On 1 December 2015, the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts resolved to conduct an inquiry into the importance of public and commercial broadcasting, online content and live production to rural and regional Australia, including the arts, news and other services. The Report contains a total of 16 recommendations....

Australian Government response to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Infrastructure and Communications report: At What Cost? IT Pricing and the Australia Tax.

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On 24 May 2012, the House of Representative Standing Committee on Infrastructure and Communications (the Committee) announced that it would conduct an Inquiry into differential pricing of IT hardware and software in Australia compared to other jurisdictions such as the United States, the United Kingdom, and the Asia-Pacific. 

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