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Mobile phone services are available in urban areas, many regional areas, and along national and regional highways. Mobile phone services currently reach 99 per cent of the Australian population.
Triple Zero (000) is the number most Australians will use to call the police, fire or ambulance in an emergency.
We advise the government about helping people with a disability, and those with a medical condition to make the most of the phone services they want and need.
The Triple Zero review survey shows most Australians want the service to embrace new technology.
The Government agreed that charging for unlisted numbers should not be prohibited.
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.
Telstra’s retail price controls (RPC) were repealed
Joint Press Release between the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications of Japan and the Department of Communications of Australia upon...
Residents and travellers in rural and remote Australia have just over a month to apply to purchase new satellite phones before the close of the...
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.
Do you live in an area with poor mobile coverage? Don't forget to nominate it for Round 2 of the Mobile Black Spot Programme by 31 December 2015.
The digitisation of services, entertainment and media has accelerated in 2015, undermining established business models and throwing up policy...
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