Telecommunications industry consumer lobby group, the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network, has raised concerns that consumers will lose services with what it says is the failure of the national broadband network fixed wireless and satellite services not meeting current broadband requirements.
A coalition fighting to improve communications services in regional Australia says it is disappointed that the Coalition Government failed to commit in the Federal Budget to funding future rounds of the Mobile Black Spot Program.
The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network says telcos do well out of the telecommunications industry, and need to step up and resolve complaints about third-party charges themselves, not send their customers off to third-party providers for resolution.
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