Organisation

Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association

Acronym
ATMA

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Report

15 Mar 2016
98

Over the past three decades, the capabilities and adoption of mobile technologies have grown substantively. They have gone from being a novelty to become ubiquitous; an essential tool for modern life. Today, faster connections and ubiquity mean that mobile devices are used for everything –...

Submission

27 Jul 2015
46

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

As has been stated in previous submissions to Government, the Associations acknowledge Government’s desire to protect telecommunications infrastructure and the information transmitted across it from unauthorised access and interference.

Indeed, Australian Carriers, Carriage Service Providers and Carriage Service Intermediaries (C/CSPs)...

Article

1 Oct 2008
16

It seems almost too easy. Answer a simple quiz question, send the answer away by SMS and win a $2499 MacBook Air. But the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission argues this high-rotation television advertisement and others like it mislead viewers. While the quiz might have...

Report

30 Jun 2008
1187

The mobile telecommunications industry contributes substantially to the Australian economy. In addition to its direct contributions, it drives productivity gains throughout the economy according to this 2008 Access Economics report. Access Economics was commissioned by The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) to conduct an analysis...

Report

1 Apr 2008
32

The first study in Australia to use nationally representative data on how mobile phones have become integrated into everyday lives has released its final report. The study, The Impact of the Mobile Phone on Work/Life Balance, is a collaboration between AMTA and the Australian Research...

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