http://www.itnews.com.au/news/police-fi ... ght-409486Productivity Commission floats using Telstra, Optus for public safety network.
Public safety agencies would be best served by commercial carriers when it comes to a national mobile capability for emergency services, the Productivity Commission has recommended, in a report that provoked a fierce backlash from police around the country.
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There is a reason that we need that spectrum. In a state of emergency, that infrastructure gets overloaded, and goes down. We need to rely on our own gear.