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The '''[http://accan.org.au/ Australian Communications Consumer Action Network]''' ('''ACCAN''') (formerly "Consumers' Telecommunications Network") is the peak body that represents all Australian [[consumer]]s on [[communications]] issues including [[telecommunications]], [[broadband]] and emerging new services. It provides a strong, unified voice to industry and government as we work towards [[availability]], [[accessibility]] and [[affordability]] of [[communications services]] for all Australians.
 
The '''[http://accan.org.au/ Australian Communications Consumer Action Network]''' ('''ACCAN''') (formerly "Consumers' Telecommunications Network") is the peak body that represents all Australian [[consumer]]s on [[communications]] issues including [[telecommunications]], [[broadband]] and emerging new services. It provides a strong, unified voice to industry and government as we work towards [[availability]], [[accessibility]] and [[affordability]] of [[communications services]] for all Australians.
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Revision as of 03:36, 22 November 2012

Overview

The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) (formerly "Consumers' Telecommunications Network") is the peak body that represents all Australian consumers on communications issues including telecommunications, broadband and emerging new services. It provides a strong, unified voice to industry and government as we work towards availability, accessibility and affordability of communications services for all Australians.