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Part 8 of the Telecommunications Act 1997 (the Act) requires network operators to structurally or functionally separate retail and wholesale business arms. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has granted a class exemption from these requirements for providers with under 2,000 customers, which can be increased to 12,000 through regulation. We are seeking views on whether such a regulation should be made.
We are seeking views from interested parties on draft standards, rules and benchmarks for SIPs concerning timeframes for connections, repairs and appointment keeping; rebates; peak speeds; remediation, and record keeping.
Draft standards, rules and benchmarks for the broadband networks servicing our communities.
The Government has introduced a new Online Safety Bill into Parliament. Keeping Australians safe online is a priority.
The Regional Data Hub will be a central source of data for regional Australia. It will help improve outcomes for communities by strengthening the evidence base for future decisions.
More than 80 projects funded under the Regional Connectivity Program will provide people in Regional Australia access to improved broadband...
Analysis of the estimated economic impact on Australia’s agricultural sector of ubiquitous access to high-speed broadband services.
The Regional Telecommunications Independent Review Committee will examine the adequacy of telecommunications services in regional, rural and remote...
The Government is seeking feedback about amending this Instrument to expire in three years.
Expert working groups have been established to assist in identifying ways to support the uptake of connectivity and new digital approaches which could significantly increase productivity and...
More of Australia is set to benefit from new and improved mobile coverage under Round 5A of the Mobile Black Spot Program.