In the wake of the competition watchdog’s decision not to declare mobile roaming services, the telecommunications consumer interest group ACCAN has called for existing mobile networks to be further upgraded to improve capacity and reduce congestion, particularly in regional and rural areas.
ACCAN chief executive Teresa Corbin has cast doubt on the fairness to consumers of proposed changes to the national broadband network Special Access Undertaking, the SAU.
Issues for consumers relating to increased connectivity and the digital world are under the microscope at a two-day conference of the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network which kicked-off in Sydney on Wednesday.
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