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Telstra needs a plan to make the changes that are needed. This is called a migration plan.
The Australian Government intends to reduce excessive regulation by $1 billion per year. The aim is to boost productivity and give businesses the flexibility to innovate in a globally competitive market.
Triple Zero is currently a 'voice-only' service that’s been used since the service started in 1961. Part of the review will look at changing technologies and consumer expectations.
The government is seeking comments from interested parties in response to the Discussion Paper for the Mobile Black Spot Programme. Submissions received will help inform the development of the programme, including the preferred programme design and delivery model.
We have released a consultation paper that discusses potential options to ensure the sustainability of the National Relay Service and improve communications for people with disabilities.
We have reviewed the effectiveness of section 593 of the Telecommunications Act 1997 (Telco Act), which provides for consumer representation and research on telecommunications issues.
We are seeking views on amending the Carrier Licence Conditions (Networks supplying Superfast Carriage Services to Residential Customers) Declaration 2014 (the CLCs)
The Australian Government is seeking comments on the remaking of the Telecommunications (Arbitration) Regulations 1997. The Regulations are due to sunset in April 2019.
The Australian Government is seeking comments on the remaking of the Carrier Licence Conditions (Telstra Corporation Limited) Declaration 1997
The Government is seeking feedback on the design of Round 5A of the Mobile Black Spot Program.
We are seeking comments on the proposed design of trials to explore new ways of delivering phone services in the rural and remote Australia.
The Australian Government is seeking comments on what reforms are required that would ensure the powers and immunities framework continues to meet the needs of modern Australia.
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