Tagged With domestic roaming

Vodafone says Australian mobile phone users "will continue to pay too much and suffer poor coverage in regional areas" as a result of the ACCC's recent decision to restrict competitor networks from using Telstra's infrastructure to provide domestic roaming services.

Vodafone is taking legal action: asking the Federal Court to review the ACCC's inquiry process "on behalf of all Australian mobile customers".

An inquiry is being launched today by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission into whether or not to declare a wholesale domestic mobile roaming service, which would enable mobile service providers to provide coverage in areas where they don't have their own network.