Customers of Telstra and its subsidiary broadband provider, Belong, that upgraded to higher-speed NBN plans will be proactively contacted if they are not getting the maximum speed available under the plan.
Consumers who know what their NBN plan’s ‘typical evening speed’ should are more satisfied with their provider (78%) than those who do not know (68.1%) according to a new research report.
Getting phones to run at faster speeds when benchmark software is detected is what Huawei has been discovered doing, with the tech maker fessing up and issuing a statement.
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