Scamming of mobile phone users with premium service texts has already cost Aussies $44,179 this year alone – and $153,197 in losses since 2015.
For the first time the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has decided on a price for mobile network operators to charge for receiving SMS messages, today setting a price of 0.03 cents per SMS.
With wearables delivering actionable fitness, information and lifestyle benefits, Telstra has decided now’s the time to offer the public an affordable range across 370 stores.
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