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Industry releases new EME Site Safety Guide to improve worker safety on mobile network sites

As part of AMTA’s commitment to continuous improvement of its systems of safe work for industry staff and contractors accessing locations near mobile network infrastructure, its specialist division dealing with mobile network deployment, the Mobile Carriers Forum, has released an updated and simplified version of its key site RF operational safety document.

Holiday Tips 2014

Our top mobile consumer tips for the 2014 holiday season.

If you are having difficulty paying a mobile bill - some helpful tips

If you are experiencing financial hardship e.g. sudden job loss or illness or having difficulties paying your mobile bill, it's important that you don't ignore a bill but contact your mobile service provider.

ACMA report on economic impact of mobile broadband

The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) welcomes the release of new research exploring the increasingly influential role of mobile broadband services in the Australian economy and society.

Mobile network upgrades and customer focus deliver falls in coverage complaints

The December quarter 2013 Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) figures show mobile phone complaints about coverage issues fell by 30 per cent to a three-year low.

Use your mobile phone responsibly while driving this Easter

The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) today released video information to increase driver awareness of potential dangers on the road during the busy Easter/ Anzac Day holiday period.

Mobile network performance – what you need to know

The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) and Communications Alliance (CA) today released a consumer guide for mobile device users, “Mobile Network Performance – What you need to know.”

WA Planning Department proposes new State Planning Policy for Telecommunications Infrastructure

After having announced the review of its Telecommunications Infrastructure policy only a few short weeks ago, the Western Australian Department of Planning has progressed quickly and is about to release a new “Guideline for the Location, Siting and Design of Telecommunications Infrastructure” (SPP 5.2) for public consultation.

Industry training ensures full implementation of new ARPANSA EME Report

The Mobile Carriers Forum (MCF) continues to host web-based training sessions for the Carriers’ EME leads, mobile base station deployment specialists and contractors as the deadline approaches on April 1 for the full implementation of the new Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) Environmental EME Report template.

AMTA reaction to TIO March quarter 2014 complaints figures

18 June 2014: Complaints about mobile telecommunications services to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) in the March quarter 2014 were 20 per cent below the same quarter last year, according to official figures for January-March 2014 released today.
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