Telecommunications industry lobby group Communications Alliance has rejected calls from the Queensland Government for mobile carriers to provide emergency alerts without compensation.
A Coffs Harbour engineer has developed a portable emergency help device he calls the eButton which allows users to ‘discreetly’ send an SMS via their smartphone without having to pick up or handle the phone.
The Victorian Government has signed a contract with Telstra on behalf of the Federal Government to enhance the national Emergency Alert telephone warning system so that the selection of mobile phones to receive alerts will be based on their location rather than their billing address, as at present.
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