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Standard agreements and compliance
Managing your Premium Services
To help you understand and manage your use of Premium services please download the brochure below.
Download Premium Services brochure
Managing age restricted content on your mobile and the internet
This brochure will help you understand what age restricted content is and how you can protect your children from viewing inappropriate content on a mobile (through Premium Services or the internet), or on a computer connected to the internet.
Download Age Restricted Content brochure
Tastel does not offer Priority Assistance Services.
SFOA Summary Section 4 Services, Priority Assistance for Life Threatening Medical conditions (ACIF C609:2007) section 4.10.7
Standard Form of Agreement and policy documents
In accordance with statutory and regulatory compliance regimes, please find below links to McPherson Media's Standard Form of Agreement (SFOA) documents and Schedule of Charges. For all other policy documents, please visit our Privacy and Policy Page here.
Product terms are specific to the product or service that you acquire from us. Under this section you will find links to the product terms for both current and retired offers as well as Critical Information Summaries for offers that are currently available.
Product terms as separated into 2 separate categories;
1. Current Active Offers. These are offers which customers can connect new services on today. The Critical Information Summaries of the Current Active Offers can be downloaded here.
2. Offers no longer available for sale. These are offers that customers can no longer connect new services on. The Rate Cards of the offers no longer available for sale can be downloaded here.
Customer Service Guarantee
For our customer service guarantee, please refer to the website below:
Telecommunications Consumer Protection Code
McPherson Media is committed to running our operations in a compliant manner. As a member of the telecommunications industry, we are regulated by the Federal Government and are principally bound by:
Commonwealth and state legislation – such as the Telecommunications Act (1997) the Australian Consumer Law (2010) and Privacy Act (1988)
Industry codes and guidelines – such as the Telecommunications Consumer Protection Code C628:2012
Our own internal policies and procedures.
The TCP Code is a code of conduct for the Telecommunications Industry in Australia. It provides community safeguards in the areas of sales, service and contracts, billing, credit and debt management, changing suppliers, and complaint handling.
Further information on the TCP Code can be found here.