The Labor Party says the release of the Productivity Commission report into the Universal Service Obligation (USO) highlights the imperative to reframe the objective for universal telecommunications services to provide baseline broadband and voice services as the NBN rolls out.
The Australian Labor Party has adopted a wait-and-see policy on the decision by the competition regulator not to declare wholesale mobile roaming and open up telecommunications to greater market competition.
Two federal Labor shadow ministers have slammed the NBN Co over a "botched" rollout which they say has left emergency services in a remote part of Western Australia without satellite communications services.
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