Regional Telecommunications Review

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FEEDBACK NOW CLOSED

Thank you to the Parkes Shire community for Having Your Say on the Regional Telecommunications Review.



The Federal Government is currently inviting regional people to have their say and share their views and experiences using telecommunications in their area. An independent committee is conducting a review of regional telecommunications issues and wants to hear from you about your experiences.

The Committee wants to hear your views on regional telecommunication issues, including your experience with getting connected and making the most of your connection. Your feedback will be important in setting the Government’s regional telecommunications policy agenda over the coming years.

The short survey includes questions regarding barriers and challenges, reliability, affordability and regional connectivity in our local telecommunications.

The survey will help determine the impact of the Government's policies and programs for improving connectivity, insights from COVID-19 on consumer access to and usage of broadband and mobile technology, emerging technologies that could lead to significant changes and the service reliability and impacts on customers and communities in regional and remote areas.

Whilst you can make an individual submission by clicking here, Council will coordinate the communities experiences received via our Your Say Parkes platform to develop a submission on behalf of the community.

To have your say, drop a pin on a specific location and answer the questions via the places tool below. To provide further information, you can also take the survey by clicking the survey button below.

Feedback closes Wednesday 29 September 2021 at 5pm.

FEEDBACK NOW CLOSED

Thank you to the Parkes Shire community for Having Your Say on the Regional Telecommunications Review.



The Federal Government is currently inviting regional people to have their say and share their views and experiences using telecommunications in their area. An independent committee is conducting a review of regional telecommunications issues and wants to hear from you about your experiences.

The Committee wants to hear your views on regional telecommunication issues, including your experience with getting connected and making the most of your connection. Your feedback will be important in setting the Government’s regional telecommunications policy agenda over the coming years.

The short survey includes questions regarding barriers and challenges, reliability, affordability and regional connectivity in our local telecommunications.

The survey will help determine the impact of the Government's policies and programs for improving connectivity, insights from COVID-19 on consumer access to and usage of broadband and mobile technology, emerging technologies that could lead to significant changes and the service reliability and impacts on customers and communities in regional and remote areas.

Whilst you can make an individual submission by clicking here, Council will coordinate the communities experiences received via our Your Say Parkes platform to develop a submission on behalf of the community.

To have your say, drop a pin on a specific location and answer the questions via the places tool below. To provide further information, you can also take the survey by clicking the survey button below.

Feedback closes Wednesday 29 September 2021 at 5pm.

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