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Nearly 7.5 million homes and businesses across Australia have been added to NBN Co’s rollout schedule under a three year plan released today.
Away from your WiFi and with more time to spare, it’s easy to exceed mobile data limits and find yourself facing a hefty bill.
The first regional mobile base stations under the Mobile Black Spot Programme have been switched on.
With the deadline for Round 2 nominations coming up quickly, our FAQs are here to help.
Are you planning on taking your kids to the movies this school holidays? Maybe they are old enough to take themselves? Or thinking of buying the...
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...
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) on...
New and converging digital technologies are disrupting the way we do business and old regulation needs to keep up.
Access to telecommunications services is important to everyone. There are a range of measures supporting access to reasonably priced services as well as ways you can avoid unexpected high charges.
While productivity growth driven by the use of IT in Australia appears to be falling—a new BCR study found that IT has stimulated the productivity...
Australia has announced it will stand for re-election to the Council of the International Telecommunication Union.
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...
We are seeking views on amending the Carrier Licence Conditions (Networks supplying Superfast Carriage Services to Residential Customers) Declaration 2014 (the CLCs)
The government is considering new ways that nbn fixed wireless and satellite services can be funded.
Helping Australians who are deaf, hearing and/or speech impaired make and receive phone calls.
We are seeking views on whether Australia’s national broadcasters (ABC and SBS) are operating in line with competitive neutrality principles.
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