Make a complaint
If you’ve already tried to resolve your complaint with your internet or phone provider you can make a complaint with us. Our process helps support residents and small businesses to settle disputes fairly.
If you have not tried to resolve your complaint with your provider, you can find their contact details by searching our providers list.
You can also make a complaint:
Call us on 1800 062 058
- We are available 8.00am–5.30pm Monday to Friday, AEST.
- Calls are free from landlines (but standard rates apply for calls from mobiles).
- If you call from a mobile you can ask us to call you back.
Email, Fax, or Post
Download and complete our complaints form, then email, fax, or post.
- Email your completed complaints form to our complaint handling inbox.
- Fax your completed complaints form (or a letter) to 1800 630 614.
- Post your completed complaints form to PO Box 276, Collins Street West, VIC 8007.
Are you vulnerable or at risk and in need of urgent help?
Help is available for vulnerable people or small businesses at risk who have already tried to resolve their problem with their phone or internet provider.
Have you been impacted by a natural disaster?
Help is available to people and small businesses impacted by natural disasters who have unresolved phone and internet problems.
Do you need an interpreter?
If you need an interpreter, call us on 1800 062 058 and we'll get one for you, or you can call the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450.
Do you need the National Relay Service?
If you are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment, you can contact us through the National Relay Service – call the NRS on 1800 555 677 then ask for 1800 062 058.
Who we can help
If you’re a residential consumer or small business customer ,or an account holder, we can help you with your complaint.
What we can help with
Find out which complaints we are able to help you with.
What to expect
Get familiar with the complaints process and what to expect when you make a complaint.
Making a complaint for someone else
If you know someone who needs to make a complaint you can make a complaint on their behalf.