Australians lost nearly $300 million to scammers in 2016, with a 47% increase in scam reports to the competition watchdog, the ACCC, during the year over 2015.
The competition watchdog has cast aside industry opposition and concerns and made a draft decision not to declare wholesale mobile roaming services, saying there is insufficient evidence that such a declaration will improve competition amongst telcos.
Wholesale access services on the National Broadband Network have climbed past two million nationally, and in regional areas of Australia, Telstra maintains its dominance, but has progressively lost ground to competitors in their take-up of the wholesale services.
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