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== Overview ==
 
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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.
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The '''[http://accan.org.au/ Australian Communications Consumer Action Network]''' ('''ACCAN''') (formerly "Consumers' Telecommunications Network") 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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Latest revision as of 15:11, 16 December 2013

Overview[]

The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) (formerly "Consumers' Telecommunications Network") 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.