Communications report 2014–15 | ACMA

Communications report 2014–15

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Australians are increasingly using the internet for more of their daily activities, with industry continuing to support this internet-enabled communications environment. In particular, Australians are going over-the-top (OTT) with online communications and video services. 

This is just one key finding from the ACMA Communications report 2014–15, tabled in parliament on 2 December 2015.

The report fulfills the ACMA's statutory reporting requirements under section 105 of the Telecommunications Act 1997 to report to the Minister for Communications on significant matters relating to the performance of carriers and carriage service providers, including consumer satisfaction, consumer benefits and quality of service.

The report provides an overview of the Australian telecommunications industry performance against a range of regulatory obligations including compliance with safeguards such as the Customer Service Guarantee Standard, the provision of emergency call services, and compliance with codes and standards, as well as developments in relation to broadcasting and online content.

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Communications report 2014–15

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.ods files of all figures:
Chapter 1 (36 KB)
Chapter 2 (44 KB)
Chapter 3 (24 KB)
Chapter 4 (29 KB)
Chapter 5 (26 KB)

Blog—Australians are going OTT for video and communications

Video—Communications report 2014–15

Media release—Australians are going over the top


Last updated: 17 February 2019