The competition regulator, the ACCC, has appealed a Federal Court decision against telecommunications provider TPG for alleged false or misleading representations it made about ‘pre-payments’ customers had to make on its pre-paid internet, home telephone and mobile plans.
Australia’s competition regulator the ACCC says it has given price certainty for legacy wholesale telecommunications services with its decision to maintain existing price and non-price terms until 30 June 2024 for seven declared, or regulated, fixed line services.
Training college Unique has copped penalties of $4.165 million for breaches of consumer regulations - including enrolling consumers in VET FEE-HELP funded courses - and luring some consumers with the offer of free laptops to derive revenues from the Commonwealth, to their detriment.
I'm lucky I get 1Gbps download speed with AB. Lot a salty people with just slow NBN.
That's why we move to get ftth and we're fine.. Middle of nowhere is for boomers and farmers and theu[…]
Yeah I'm on a beautiful 1Gb connection with ftth and damn son.. I thought 100/40 was nice 😉
My 4G service is already better then NBN!Can't wait for 5G 😁
heaps of fttn customers in australia canceled FTTN and got this optus 5G home plani think optus now got around[…]