The telecommunications regulator ACMA says it is reviewing and adjusting its work programs so the communications and media sectors can prioritise their business-critical functions and continue communicating during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Australia’s three biggest telcos — Telstra, Optus and Vodafone — have been given formal warnings by the telecoms regulator for failing to provide information about products and services that may suit the needs of consumers with a disability.
Mobile service provider Lycamobile has paid a $12,600 penalty after failing to follow an ACMA direction to comply with the Telecommunications Consumer Protections Code.
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