The Australian Government has called for further submissions on its proposed policy update designed to improve the delivery of telecommunications in new developments.
The joint Government and industry-funded Universal Service Obligation (USO), designed to provide a minimum standard of telecoms services to regional and rural Australia, should be shifted from fixed line carriers - mainly Telstra - to the mobile operators, according to a new Federal Government funded report.
The first ever Australian national infrastructure audit has forecast that telecommunications services will outpace GDP growth and contribute $42 billion to the Australian economy by 2031, double the figure in 2011.
2GB's chief shock-jock Alan Jones this morning had a golden opportunity to grill opposition leader Tony Abbott on the Coalition's alternatives to the National Broadband Network, but he made not the slightest attempt to pursue it.
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