What does the MCF do?

At a policy level and on the ground, the MCF strives on behalf of its members to maintain a workable, cost-effective operating environment that allows Members to continue to improve their networks.

The five key functions of the MCF are:

  • Co-ordination in deployment and network operations and co-operation with stakeholders
  • Enhanced communication, education and consultation
  • Mobile carrier industry liaison with Government and other industry stakeholders
  • Research and development of best practice in deployment and network operations
  • Coordination of RF Safety Compliance processes and systems

The MCF is also committed to improving community understanding of health and safety issues associated with mobile phone networks and provides a system for carriers to manage EME compliance and mobile phone base stations.

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