Tag Archives: ACCAN

July 4, 2016

Third Indigenous Focus Day a success

Media release 16 June 2016 This year’s Indigenous Focus Day (IFD) saw 64 delegates from around Australia get together at the State Library of Queensland in Brisbane on 7 June, a day before the fifth annual Broadband for the Bush Forum. The aim of the day was to promote digital inclusion projects and address the opportunities […]

Forums, News
June 16, 2016

Media Release: Post-Forum 2016

Media release 16 June 2016 Broadband for the Bush Forum– Digital journeys Improving availability and affordability of services, setting minimum service standards and guarantees, advancing digital literacy and empowerment remain key priorities to bridge the digital divide between the bush and metropolitan areas. Addressing these issues in a holistic way were identified as paramount to […]

Forums, News, Policy
June 16, 2016

B4B Key Policy Objectives 2016

Following the successful conclusion of the 2-day Broadband for the Bush Forum V: digital journeys, the Broadband for the Bush Alliance have finalised a list of Key Policy Objectives that draw on the focused discussions from the final day of the forum. This statement of policy objectives is both the culmination of the work of […]

Forums, News, Policy
May 3, 2016

ACCAN’s Sky Muster Consumer Guide

ACCAN have published a new ABC guide for consumers in the nbn Sky Muster satellite footprint. Sky Muster services officially launched last week. The guide answers most frequently raised, important questions about Sky Muster services and has information on installation and options for voice services. It is available on the ACCAN website. http://accan.org.au/broadband/satellite

March 2, 2016

Changes to Mobile Black Spot Programme criteria for Round 2

http://accan.org.au/news-items/hot-issues/1171-changes-to-mobile-black-spot-programme-criteria-for-round-2 The Department of Communications and the Arts (DoCA) has released the Guidelines for Round 2 of the Mobile Black Spot Programme (MBSP). This means that the competitive bidding process for the Federal subsidy of $60 million by the three mobile network providers has now started. ACCAN has compared the Round 1 and Round 2 […]

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