The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network, the peak body representing telecommunications users, has welcomed the announcement made by ACMA that an inquiry into outages of the triple zero service would lead to tightening of protections for consumers.
Telecommunications consumers’ advocate, the Australian Communications Consumers Action Network and the Labor Opposition have welcomed the ACCC broadband monitoring report with both criticising shortfalls of ISPs in achieving maximum broadband speeds.
The Communications Alliance has noted that ACCAN’s release of a customer survey from February and March of this year lists positives and negatives.
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