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We are seeking views on amending the Carrier Licence Conditions (Networks supplying Superfast Carriage Services to Residential Customers) Declaration 2014 (the CLCs)
The Mobile Black Spot Program has reached a new milestone this week, with Telstra switching on its 400th mobile base station under the program.
If you are receiving unwanted communications, the options available to you differ depending on the type of communication you are receiving (for example, whether it is a phone call or a text message...
Don’t get caught out by scammers: stop and check, ‘is this for real?’.
This training sheet provides step by step instructions for making a call to Emergency Services using the Captioned Relay call option using the National Relay Service.
The Government has announced $25 million for a new round to address more black spots in regional and remote areas.
The Federal Government’s Mobile Black Spot Program has reached new heights, with Telstra switching on its 500th mobile base station in the...
The Mobile Black Spot Program rollout has now passed 600 base stations across Australia.
Mobile Network Operators and Infrastructure Providers are encouraged to submit applications for funding to deliver new and improved coverage across...
The Australian Government is seeking comments on the remaking of the Telecommunications (Arbitration) Regulations 1997. The Regulations are due to sunset in April 2019.
Helping Australians who are deaf, hearing and/or speech impaired make and receive phone calls.
The Australian Government is improving mobile phone coverage and competition in regional and remote Australia through the Mobile Black Spot Program.
As part of the Government's $220 million commitment to the Mobile Black Spot Program (the Program) it has allocated $25 million in funding for Round 4 of the Program. This will deliver more...
The Government has announced a new Universal Service Guarantee that will ensure all Australians have access to voice and broadband services.
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