With new Frollo stats showing Australians are "spending three times more on ride-sharing services than on taxis", it follows that not keeping a close eye on in-app and tap-and-go payments can cost you.
Optus chief executive Allen Lew is of the view a "solution is in place" to address technical issues dogging the company's World Cup coverage and has apologised unreservedly, saying Optus "simulcast the next two nights of 2018 FIFA World Cup matches with SBS".
Avoid the dreaded #FloptusSport fail. The World Cup only comes once every four years but the long notice hasn’t seemed to give Optus enough time to provide a service that fulfils its one and only job – to display the World Cup on its World Cup app.
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