The Australian Government is reforming the telecommunications market to promote competition and to improve access to broadband services for all people in Australia, especially those living in...
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We, in collaboration with Creative Partnerships Australia, have released new analysis on private sector support for Australia’s vibrant arts and culture sector.
New research shows communications services are more affordable.
The Government’s position on the 27 recommendations of the ACMA review.
Senate order file listing for Arts Division for file Listing: 1 January 2017 to 30 June 2017
Sets out roles and responsibilities of industry for transitioning customers to the NBN.
The Government has committed $380 million to the Mobile Black Spot Program (the Program).
The Universal Service Obligation (USO) is a long-standing consumer protection that ensures everyone has access to landline telephones and payphones regardless of where they live or work.
Your current telephone and internet services will not be switched to the NBN automatically. Find out what steps you need to take to prepare for your switch to the NBN.
Once you’ve selected your preferred provider for services over the National Broadband Network (NBN) and signed up for a plan that suits your needs, your provider will work with NBN Co Ltd (NBN Co)...
NBN Co Ltd (NBN Co) is the wholesale provider of the National Broadband Network (NBN) infrastructure. It’s responsible for the design, construction and operation of the infrastructure and sells...
Switching to the NBN is not automatic. You generally have 18 months from when your area is ‘ready for service’ to switch your business to the NBN, before your old internet and phone services are...
Know the ratings of some of the major films and computer games released over the 2017–18 summer.
Senate order file listing for Market Reforms Division for file Listing: 30 June 2017 to 31 December 2017
New research confirms that Australia will have the infrastructure required to meet demand for data and bandwidth over the next decade.
Welcome to the Accesshub pages.
Communicating without using the National Relay Service There are a lot of ways that people who are deaf, hard of hearing or who have a speech impairment can communicate directly with other peopl...
Depending on your needs and situation, you can choose from a number of relay call options.
Australia actively engaged in policy discussions and was successfully re elected to Council at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Plenipotentiary Conference 2018 (PP-18) in Dubai.