Under section 23 of the Telecommunications (Consumer Protection and Service Standards) Act 1999 (the Act) the ACMA is obliged to maintain a register of the following information.
- Approved policy statements, standard marketing plans and alternative telecommunications service (ATS) marketing plans of primary and competing universal service providers. Telstra is currently the sole primary universal service provider. The ACMA (nor the ACA) has not approved any competing universal service providers to date.
- Determinations covering contestable service obligations, and alternative arrangements for fulfilling the USO. These determinations have been made under section 11C or 14 (as indicated) of the Act by the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy. No determinations on alternative arrangements for the USO have been made.
The information held in this Register will be updated when the status of any document is varied, and when new information is received.
|Service provider||Type of plan||Effective date||Download plan|
Standard marketing plan
|24 November 2005|
|Telstra||Policy statement||29 June 2005|
Telstra's standard marketing plan and policy statement are closely related documents that should be read in conjunction to provide a full representation of Telstra's obligations under the USO. Background information to marketing plans and policy statements is available on the ACMA website.
If you have any enquiries about Telstra's documents, please contact Telstra directly.
|Name of Determination||Section||Download|
|Contestable Service Obligation Determination (No. 1) 2001||11C||RTF format (145 kb)|
If you have enquiries about the Section 23 Register, please contact the ACMA's Industry Monitoring Section.