Latest ACMA News

ACMA invites comments on Australia’s telecommunications numbering plan
Appointments – associate members to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
ACMA Appoints Spectrum Center Inc. To Deliver New Spectrum Licence System
Southern Phone pays $244,000 penalty for inadequate complaints handling
Improved consumer safeguards for broadband and voice services
Report shows Australian content spending by commercial television in 2022-23
Pizza Hut Australia Pays $2.5 Million Penalty For Spam
Ministerial Policy Statement for expiring spectrum licences
Phaze FM Breaches Radiocommunications Act
Australian Prime Minister Radio interview – Triple M Central Queensland
New Ministerial Policy Statement for expiring spectrum licences
ACMA allocates community radio broadcasting licence in Millicent
Reappointment Of ACMA Chair
Fake Product Emails Scam
FIFA Women’s World Cup gambling crackdown results released
Luxottica Pays $1.5m Penalty For Spam Breaches
New telco rules to support customers in financial hardship in force from tomorrow
ACMA allocates community radio broadcasting licence in Gloucester
ACMA lays out draft plan for future of Australian airwaves
Star Telecom Breaches Customer Transfer Rules
Competition, coverage and connectivity key to future use of Australian airwaves
Statement on ACMA remedial direction issued to Urban Telecom
Urban Telecom breaches fair selling training requirements
Do Not Call Register Scam
Draft Ministerial Policy Statement for expiring spectrum licences
Optus Penalised $1.5M For Public Safety Failures
Government ‘cost Of Living’ Impersonation Scam
ACMA research reveals Australian news consumption trends
Five telcos breached for allowing SMS scams
New industry standard to support vulnerable Australians
New telco safeguards to protect Australians doing it tough
New protections for telco customers experiencing hardship
The Facebook trick online gambling is using to target Australians
Outdoor Supacentre pays $300k penalty for spam breaches
Tully Sugar fails to disclose stake in QLD radio
Triple Zero disclosure by Optus
Medion pays $259,000 penalty for breaches of anti-scam rules
Telnyx breaches anti-scam and public safety rules
Wagering companies breach in-play betting rules
SMS Sender ID Registry set to protect more Australians from scammers
New funding to help shape Australia’s media sector
Mapping new approach for media diversity in digital era
New telco consumer safeguards bill introduced to Parliament
Subscription TV Australian drama expenditure results, 2022-23
Telstra pays $24 million in penalties and refunds after wrongly charging customers
336 million scam texts blocked by telcos
Telstra penalised $300,000 for repeat customer safety and privacy failures
Terms of Reference for Optus outage post-incident review