Seven of Australia’s telcommunications service providers have paid a total of $82,200 in penalties for failing to comply with the Telecommunications (NBN Consumer Information) Industry Standard, with the telecommunications regulator issuing its first infringement notices since the rules came into force in September last year.
Telecommunications service providers are pursuing multiple paths to gain revenue in the Internet of Things market, but a newly published report warns that 70% of the providers have no well-defined strategy for their entry into the market.
The telecommunications industry code that addresses a number of the sources of customer dissatisfaction with phone connection delays has been revised to now cover broadband services, including the NBN.
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