The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) has joined forces with The Australian Financial Counselling and Credit Reform Association (AFCCRA) and The Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) to lobby ACMA about the high cost of calling 'free' 1800 and 'local call fee' 13 numbers from mobile phone.
ACCAN has called for a whole range of mandatory measures to protect telecommunications consumers to replace the present code-based co-regulatory regime, which it says has proved to be woefully inadequate at protecting consumers.
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