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Sunsetting

Proposal to amend Do Not Call Register fees and remake determinations

Consultation closes: 19 April 2017

IFC: 3/2017 Marketing headset on computer keyboard

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Submissions

The ACMA received five submissions to this consultation—three responses via Word/PDF document and two responses via online comment. These can be accessed from the right hand side index box.

 

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Document

Word

Consultation paper:
Proposal to amend fees for accessing the Do Not Call Register in 2017–18 and to remake the Do Not Call Register determinations

456 KB

Draft Cost Recovery Implementation Statement:
Do Not Call Register—subscription fees effective 1 July 2017

405 KB

Draft Do Not Call Register (Access Fees) Determination 2017 (the Fees determination)

54 KB

Draft Do Not Call Register (Access to Register) Determination 2017 (the Access determination)

80 KB

Draft Do Not Call Register (Administration and Operation) Determination 2017 (the Administration determination)

57 KB

Proposal

The ACMA is required to annually review the cost recovery arrangements for the Do Not Call Register (DNCR). To align with this review, the remaking of three legislative instruments due to sunset in October 2017 is being brought forward. These instruments set out the operational arrangements for the DNCR, including fees for accessing the register.

The ACMA is consulting on two proposals, to:

The ACMA is proposing only minor and machinery amendments to the Access determination and the Administration determination. The amended fees will be set out in the remade Fees determination and Cost Recovery Implementation Statement.

Issue for comment

Opportunity to provide feedback

The ACMA welcomes comment from interested stakeholders on the issues raised in this consultation, or any other issues relevant to Draft Cost Recovery Implementation Statement and the remaking of the determinations.

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