The Australian Government is a large user of spectrum for important public service provision and continually identifies and implements efficiency improvements to the management and use of spectrum...
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Advances in mobile and internet technology, along with cheaper data, mean there is now a range of convenient and inexpensive text or video-based alternatives to phone calls.
The Department is required to publish the details of grants awarded on GrantConnect from 1 January 2018. Documents published on this page reflect grants approved up until 31 December 2017.
If you suspect fraudulent activity, you should report it to us.
We’re undertaking the most significant change to Australian spectrum management in the last 25 years.
An RSS feed is a simple method for staying informed about news and information updates on the website.
Our organisational structure helps us deliver our strategic priorities.
The Regional Telecommunications Independent Review Committee reviews telecommunications services in regional, rural and remote parts of Australia every three years.
The National Relay Service (NRS) is a government initiative that allows people who are deaf, hard of hearing and/or have a speech impairment to make and receive phone calls.
We report on NRS provider performance.
When NRS calls are made to an overseas number or received from overseas, the numbers to use are sometimes different. You will need a suitable pre-paid calling card to make calls to overseas and...
All the numbers and access points for making a relay call.
Depending on your needs and situation, you can choose from a number of relay call options.
The BCAR is our in-house economic and statistical research unit. Its work supports fact-based policy development and advice within our department.
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