The Telecommunications Universal Service Management Agency (TUSMA) is responsible for entering into, and managing contracts or grants, to ensure:
- all Australians have reasonable access to a standard telephone service
- payphones are reasonably accessible to all Australians
- the ongoing delivery of the Emergency Call Service (calls to Triple Zero (000) and ‘112’)
- the ongoing delivery of the National Relay Service
- continued availability of untimed local calls for customers outside standard zones, and
- appropriate safety net arrangements are in place to support the continuity of supply of carriage services during transition to the National Broadband Network.
Annual Report 2012–13
TUSMA’s Annual Report 2012–13 outlines the operations and performance of the agency for the financial year ending 30 June 2013.
The report is available from the link below:
New services are now available as part of the National Relay Service (NRS) that will provide people who are deaf, hearing and speech impaired with improved ways to make and receive telephone calls.
More information about the new services is available from the link below:
For further information or enquiries relating to TUSMA, please email email@example.com