It is a free service where consumers can securely register their home, mobile or fax numbers for free to reduce unsolicited telemarketing calls.
For important updates on issues affecting the Do Not Call Register.
Scammers are impersonating NBN to con victims out of their money and personal information
Have you missed an unexpected call from an overseas number?
Scammers claiming to be associated with the Do Not Call Register are calling consumers and asking for personal information such as financial details.
For the latest Do Not Call Register news and updates.
The South Australian (SA) Division of the Liberal Party of Australia has been formally warned by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) for making polling robocalls during prohibited calling times. The calls were made between 6.15 am and 7.30 am on two consecutive weekdays in July 2019.
Sumo Power Pty Ltd has paid a $46,200 infringement notice in the latest Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) enforcement action on unlawful telemarketing.
The ACMA has filed proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia against Balaska Pty Ltd, a solar business, and V Marketing Pty Ltd, a call centre, and their respective Directors, alleging breaches of telemarketing laws.
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Internet slowing you down? Thecabling in your home or office may be slowing down your NBN connection. The quality and setup of your cabling can affect your broadband connection. Sometimes cabling is not properly configured, causing signal problems, or it might be damaged or worn out. A registered cabler can help you check if your cabling is up to scratch to help speed up your connection. To find a registered cabler, visit https://www.acma.gov.au/find-registered-cabler
ACMA has released new data about telco complaints, showing that complaint levels dropped during 2018–19. We use the data to inform government and industry about where problems lie so that the sector can improve service delivery and customer satisfaction. The data demonstrates that strict new complaints-handling requirements, introduced 12 months ago, are gaining traction and customer service is improving. Read more at https://acma.gov.au/theACMA/telco-complaints-drop-as-consumers-migrate-to-nbn
MEDIA RELEASE: ACMA welcomes @acccgovau comprehensive review of the impact of digital platforms on Australian news… https://t.co/8p7O3WlSvA