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We aim to provide each customer with a personalised, seamless experience that makes it easier for them to manage their lives.
The Mass Service Disruption exemption may be temporarily activated when things happen beyond our control that mean we can’t connect or fix faults to standard telephone services in our usual timeframes, or even keep appointments.
Priority Assistance® is a free service designed to help customers who have (or are living with someone who has) a diagnosed life-threatening medical condition, and whose life may be at risk without access to a fully-operational phone service.
Learn about how the Telecommunications Consumer Protections Code applies to Telstra and other relevant telecommunications service providers and provides a range of benefits and safeguards for consumers.
Telstra prides itself on its level of service and this website presents the latest monthly data showing you the reliability of Telstra's network nationally and across 44 metropolitan and regional areas.
The universal service obligation is designed to ensure that all people in Australia, no matter where they live or conduct business, have reasonable access, on an equitable basis, to standard telephone services and payphones.
We are committed to upholding the legislated Telecommunications (Customer Service Guarantee) Standard 2011 ("the CSG Standard"), as amended and issued by the Australian Communications and Media Authority.