Consumer advocacy group CHOICE claims Australian banks have "pocketed" $6.3 billion over the last decade by failing to pass interest rate cuts onto credit card customers.
Consumer advocate CHOICE is reminding Australians that if they're suffering "ongoing telco issues", it is possible to leave a contract without penalty, but the right steps must be taken.
It’s not just the ACCC that wants volunteers for NBN speed tests, but now consumer advocate CHOICE also wants consumers to help ensure NBN providers are delivering the speeds they promise.
As some one who has been playing Call Of Duty since it came out on PS, I can honestly say[…]
I was banned for 7 days. No idea why, so I'll probably be banned again because they refuse to tell[…]
Hey Tony, I would absolutely love to give refs, but every time I try to paste such in Disqus, it[…]
Just to repeat Turnbull's error. Telstra contracted to provide FTTH when the LNP came into Government, this was the same[…]
I've been on non-NBN fixed wireless since before the NBN was conceived because the house was connected to a rim,[…]