Telcommunications service providers have just until the start of September to provide information on their compliance with the revised Telecommunications Consumer Protections Code (TCP Code) to the telecommunications regulator regulator, ACMA.
The communications regulator, the Australian Communications and Media Authority, has released its compliance priorities for 2019-20 for the telecoms and communications industries, including telecommunications consumer safeguards.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority is seeking public and industry input to its review of the International Mobile Roaming Standard that ensures mobile service providers give consumers information about costs for using their Australian mobile service overseas.
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