Scamming of mobile phone users with premium service texts has already cost Aussies $44,179 this year alone – and $153,197 in losses since 2015.
Australians pay on average $44 per month each for their mobile phone plans, representing a whopping total for all mobile users of $770 million a month — or $9 billion a year — to stay connected.
One in five kids under the age of 12 already have their own smartphones, according to a new report which found the youngsters use their phones to stay in touch, particularly those starting high school, and for when they are getting to and from school alone.
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