New Zealand broadband provider Stuff Fibre has been hit with a warning by the country’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, for making unsubstantiated claims that it is “Probably NZ’s Fastest Internet”.
The consumer watchdog, the ACCC, has lambasted the telecommunications industry — with the exception of Telstra and Optus — for continuing to advertise Internet plans using what it calls “unhelpful speed ranges”, and referencing off-peak speeds, or failing to provide consumers with any information about the speed of their services during busy hours.
The competition watchdog, the ACCC, has moved to clarify for consumers the confusing issue of the speed of broadband services over the national broadband network they are actually buying, with the publication of much tougher advertising guidelines for retailers.
Hi Con, thank you! Tom made it easy, he knows his stuff. Looking forward to the event!
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Fletcher is continuing to reinforce his reputation of being an irrelevant twit who should be prosecuted for thieving oxygen.
i'm sure the merger may be ok... but you still have the lack of 5G issue.