Telstra is still railing against the draft decision by the competition watchdog, the ACCC, that the price it charges wholesale customers to use its fixed line network be cut by 9.6%.
Australians have already lost $45 million to scams this year despite repeated warnings about the dangers of sending money or personal details to strangers.
The cost to consumers of using phone and Internet services are set to drop following a draft decision by the competition regulaor to reduce by 9.6% the price other telcos pay Telstra to use its copper network.
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