ACMA takes TPG to court over Triple Zero access

Friday 9 November 2012 | 02:58 CET | News
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has filed proceedings against ISP TPG Internet in the Federal Court for allegedly failing to provide customers access to the Triple Zero emergency call service. ACMA says that TPG Internet breached the Telecommunications (Emergency Call Service) Determination 2009 by failing to give certain customers and other end-users access to the Triple Zero emergency call service. The failures to give access are alleged to have occurred over a period of approximately six months between March 2011 and September 2011.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: ACMA / Australian Communications and Media Authority / TPG
Countries: Australia
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