The government has made the use of two-factor authentication compulsory when porting mobile numbers from one provider to another, in what it says is a big step to keep Australians safe from telephone scammers.
30iGala: Federal Communications Minister Paul Fletcher talks with Peter Coroneos on 30 Years of the Internet in Australia with some clues as to his views on non regulation, the future and more - with all to be revealed during his 30iGala keynote.
Train commuters on trains between Hornsby and Wyong on the NSW Central Coast will have greater mobile phone connectivity with completion of the first stage of upgrades to mobile coverage and free Wi-Fi at stations as part of the Federal Government’s mobile blackspot program.
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