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.
Ways of improving broadband access in rural, regional and remote Australia were under the spotlight at a meeting on Tuesday between the regional telecommunications lobby group the Regional, Rural and Remote Communications Coalition (RRRCC) and the executive team from NBN Co.
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