QRAM Talks to ACCAN about Technology for the Bush

Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) met with industry experts at the Sydney headquarters today. QRAM was represented by Jim Remedio and Gerry Pyne at a round table conference to discuss the National Broadband Network Sky Muster Satellite service, Disability Constmer Accessibility, the ACMA review of identity checking for pre-paid mobile services, Affordability of Communications Services, Cyber Safety and ways to ensure fair access to the Intenet is available in all remote regions. QRAM gave a report on a recent successful radio information campaign delivered vis its innovative high tech broadcasting network, BLACKSTAR. QRAM has successfully partnered with various organisations such as ACCAN in line with the current Government’s policy encouraging innovation through technology being utilised to provide high quality service to very remote communities. 

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