We are seeking feedback on the updated Migration Assurance Framework. The framework is a guide for the telecommunications industry and sets out roles and responsibilities to assist a smooth migration for customers taking up new National Broadband Network (NBN) services.

How it works

Why we want your input
We are seeking your views to help us refine and improve the framework and in turn work to improve industry processes and the customer experience.
How you can voice your opinion
We welcome written submissions from stakeholders by 28 July 2017, 5:00pm AEST.
What will be the outcome of this consultation?
Your feedback will help us to refine and improve the Migration Assurance Framework before its release. The framework will continue to be updated over time to address new technologies and migration issues as they arise.

Consultation Information

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The Issue
Consultation Period: 
June 30, 2017 09:00 AEST to July 28, 2017 17:00 AEST

Customers taking up new NBN services should have a positive experience with minimal or no disruption as they migrate their services.  

We have developed the draft Migration Assurance Framework in consultation with the telecommunications industry to provide a clear framework for industry that outlines the different roles and responsibilities in the process of connecting customers to a new NBN service.

The updated framework replaces the Migration Assurance Policy of February 2016 to reflect the NBN multi-technology environment.

The Migration Assurance Framework provides:

  • clarification of the roles and responsibilities of all telecommunication industry parties involved in the migration process, including highlighting the important role of retail service providers and their relationship with customers;
  • the importance of a positive customer experience and service continuity; and
  • updated information on power outage considerations and arrangements for the migration of over the top services such as fire alarms, medical alarms and lift phones.

Relevant Documentation

Migration Assurance Framework - Telecommunications industry guide

Published 30th Jun 2017

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Telecommunications industry guide

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Started June 30, 2017 09:00 AEST
Ends July 28, 2017 17:00 AEST
Days Remaining 8 of 28
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Formal Submission

We invite you to to tell us your views on this topic.

Please include:

  • contact name
  • organisation name, if applicable
  • contact details, including telephone number, postal and email addresses
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Please  click on the 'Have your say now' button below to upload your submission.

 
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Alternatively please email your completed submission to migration [at] communications.gov.au or send it to:

Director, Implementation
Consumer Broadband Services
GPO Box 2154
Canberra ACT 2601