The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) says not enough has been done to get rid of mobile phone blackspots in rural and regional areas of the country and it wants the government to allocate more funding to help alleviate the problems.
Better communications for areas poorly served by the Internet and improved consumer safeguards and better regulation head a list of policy priorities to be pursued by the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) for the remainder of this year through to the end of 2017.
ACCAN’s 2016 National Conference, ACCANect: Equipping Consumers to Stay Connected, kicks off this morning with a focus on empowering consumers to get, and stay, connected to the phone and broadband services they need.
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