The full judgement, emailed to iTWire today, decided fully in favour of Kogan.
"The defendant breached its obligations under the Master Wholesale Agreement and/or the Suspension Policy in March 2013 by refusing to permit or preventing around 211 of the Plaintiff's customers recharging their Pre-paid Mobile Services, as alleged in Paragraph 20 of the Amended Statement of Claim," the judgement said.
The court also declared that ispONE breached its obligations by suspending over 700 of Kogan's customers between April 2 and 6.
In the ruling the Supreme Court ordered ispONE to pay damages, and court costs, to be determined at a later hearing.
"Australians can trust Kogan Mobile to continue to provide the best deals in the market. We’re glad the right result was reached, and that the truth about the last few months is now abundantly clear,” the spokesperson said.
Telstra reseller ispONE has agreed to stop suspending Kogan Mobile users from its network without Kogan's approval, except when in accordance with the service suspension.
Kogan Mobile initiated legal proceedings against ispONE last month after the the company suspended and blocked Kogan Mobile customers over several months for what it claimed was "overuse."
ispONE also deserted its counterclaim against Kogan Mobile, after initially accusing Kogan of being in breach of the master wholesale agreement between the two.
"The proceeding is otherwise adjourned for further directions at 10am on 10 May 2013," the judgement concluded.