The telecommunications industry has raised concerns about the likely flow-on costs to consumers from the standards which would have to be met under new rules proposed for service providers dealing with consumers migrating to the national broadband network.
The number of complaints about services provided by telecommunications companies rose marginally to 8.7 complaints per 10,000 services in the three months to the end of December 2017, with Telstra, Optus and Vodafone all recording increases.
Residential consumer and small business complaints against telcos continue to plague the telecommunications industry and there’s no sign of the connection problems being reduced despite industry and regulator efforts to overcome the problems.
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