The coalition pushing for improved regional communications services says the federal government’s newly announced broadband monitoring programme doesn’t go far enough and more needs to be done to redress communications problems still plaguing rural and remote areas.
A coalition of 17 organisations that confronted politicians with demands for a big improvement in communications services in regional Australia is pushing for immediate action to bring reliable and affordable services to the bush.
A coalition of 17 organisations from across Australia is descending on Canberra today with a blunt message for all politicians: 2017 must be the year of bringing “reliable and affordable telecommunications” to rural, regional and remote Australia.
A new, coalition to fight for better communications services for Australians living in regional, rural and remote areas of the country has been formed by advocacy groups including the communications industry peak body, the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN).
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