Operators of machine to machine (M2M) wireless communication links used in the Internet of Things (IoT) will find it easier to access spectrum under proposed changes to regulatory arrangements according to the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
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The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has directed Vaya and Live Connected to comply with the TCP Code after the service providers asked customers for a $20 security deposit in February.
After investing in private cloud and an interdependent application framework, ACMA is now focusing on improving online services and completing an enterprise data warehouse.
More than 426 SpinTel silent line customers have been offered a new phone number free of charge after their details were accidently published online and in print.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has requested six telecommunications providers to comply with the Telecommunications Consumer Protection (TCP) Code after failing to lodge compliance documents in April.
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