General Policies

Privacy Policy

Complaints Policy

Financial Hardship Policy

Terms of Use

Commander Group Credit Policy

Telecommunication

Critical Information Summaries

Fixed Wireless - NBN Key Fact Sheet

Fixed Line - NBN Key Fact Sheet

Agreements

Standard Form of Agreement, effective - Jul 2019

Standard Form of Agreement, effective - Sep 2018

Standard Form of Agreement, effective - May 2017

Standard Form of Agreement effective - 1st September 2012

Commander Data - SLA

Direct Debit Request Service Agreement

Cancellation Notice - Unsolicited Consumer Agreement

Data Centre Core Terms

Data Centre Service Level Agreements

Policies

Mass Service Disruption Notifications

Customer Service Guarantee

Acceptable Use Policy

Premium Service Barring

Service Schedules

Service Schedule - Fixed Voice

Service Schedule - Mobile Voice

Service Schedule - Broadband

Service Schedule - NBN Business Fibre SLA

Service Schedule - Commander Phone

Service Schedule - SIP Trunking

Service Schedule - Wireless Broadband

Service Schedule – PIPN

Service Schedule - OneStream Hosting

Service Schedule - OneStream VPN and Internet

Service Schedule - Maintenance

Schedule of Fees and Charges

Schedule of Fees and Charges - effective 7th Feb 2019

Past Schedule of Fees and Charges - effective 1st Oct 2018

Past Schedule of Fees and Charges - effective 1st Oct 2017

Past Schedule of Fees and Charges - effective 1st Oct 2016

Past Schedule of Fees and Charges - effective 1st May 2016

Past Schedule of Fees and Charges - effective 1st Jan 2016

Past Schedule of Fees and Charges - effective 1st Oct 2015

Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions - Commander Rental Equipment

Terms & Conditions - Rentals

Terms & Conditions - Sale

Terms & Conditions of Customer Care - Rental

Terms & Conditions of Customer Care - Sale

Warranties, Repairs and Refunds

1. Warranty

(a) Who provides this Warranty?
This warranty is provided by M2 Commander Pty Ltd of Level 10, 452 Flinders Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000.
(b) What does my Warranty cover?
You are entitled to a warranty at law that the goods, amongst other things:
(i) are of acceptable quality (measured with reference to a reasonable consumer fully acquainted with the state and condition of the goods); and
(ii) are reasonably fit for a purpose that you make known to us (except if you did not rely on, or you unreasonably relied on, our skill or judgement).
Not all loss or damage is considered as a failure of 'acceptable quality' or 'fitness for purpose'. Typically, loss or damage that arises from physical force, mishandling by you or exposure to liquids is not covered.
This warranty cannot be excluded. In addition to the warranty above, your goods may be covered by the manufacturer's warranty.
(c) Duration of Warranty
You are entitled to a warranty period of reasonable duration from the date of your purchase goods from us.
(d) How to make a Warranty Claim?
In order to make a warranty claim, please contact us on [email protected] and we will advise you in respect of the next steps.
(e) Who bears the Cost of the Warranty Claim?
You are required to pay for postage costs associated with returning the goods to us.
(f) What are my other rights?
The benefits of this warranty are in addition to your other rights and remedies under any law in relation to the goods to which this warranty relates.
Please note that our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have your goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.

2. Repairs

If we accept your claim and arrange for the repair of your goods:
(a) If your goods are capable of retaining user generated data (for example, stored messages and emails, phone numbers, ringtones, software, applications etc), the repair of the goods may result in the loss of data.
(b) Goods presented for repair may be replaced by refurbished goods of the same type rather than being repaired. Refurbished parts may be used to repair the goods.

The South Australian Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES)

The Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES) is a South Australian government initiative that requires energy retailers to help households and businesses save on energy use and costs, and lower their greenhouse gas emissions. 

To do this, energy retailers need to meet energy efficiency and audit targets that have been set for them. Retailers with a large number of residential customers are set additional targets that ensure a certain amount of the energy savings activities they do are delivered to low-income households. 

The REES is administered by the Essential Services Commission of South Australia (ESCOSA). 

M2 Energy (trading as Commander Power & Gas) is a currently only required to provide a relatively small number of Energy Efficiency activities and is focused on Commercial Energy Efficiency Activities in 2017 

 You can contact our contractor[ Demand Manager - http://www.demandmanager.com.au/ ] on 02 9279 4704 or 0425 428 992 or you can email them at [email protected]

 [Demand Manager - http://www.demandmanager.com.au/] is a clean energy financial services firm and has been in operation for over 11 years. It is one of the largest creators of environmental certificates in Australia. The company has helped provide finance for over 2 million tons of carbon abatement across a variety of project types. One of Demand Manager’s key daily activities is to assist clients in the creation of funding for commercial lighting upgrades. 

 Getting REES services 

You can contact any of the REES obliged retailers or third-party contractors to find out what energy savings activities may be available for your home or business, not just the retailer currently supplying your energy services. 

More Information 

For information about the South Australian Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme please click here http://www.sa.gov.au/topics/energy-and-environment/using-saving-energy/retailer-energy-efficiency-scheme