New Telcom customers who purchased spectrum for the new spectrum auction in 2018 will see their service cut off after the end of this month.
This will happen as a result of the reclassification of the network to an access service (AT) in October 2018.
In October 2018, Telstra and the ACCC agreed that there would be a reclassifying of the networks to a spectrum access service in 2018.
But it is not clear when this will happen, or if it will be complete.
Customers who bought the new access spectrum will not receive any refund of the money they paid for it.
In September 2018, the ACCCs stated that the reclassified networks had not yet been fully implemented.
In 2018, it was reported that some Telstra services were not being serviced as they were on a reclassified network.
A number of customers, including a number of high-speed customers, were still being affected.
A review of the ACCCCs 2018 reports shows that the following customers were still impacted: NBN Co’s Optus network (not including the ADSL-C and Fibre-to-the-Premises networks) as of September 27, 2018.
Customers in rural areas with a fixed mobile home line.
Telstra’s new mobile broadband services in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia (excluding the National Broadband Network).
All of these services were reclassified to AT, which means they will be no longer being servicable as a spectrum service.
The following services are still being servitable as spectrum services: Telstra Mobile Phone Services, which includes mobile broadband in the NT, ACT, Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia and Northern Territory.