The telecommunications regulator, The Australian Communications and Media Authority, continues to clampdown on unlawful telemarketing and breaches of spam laws, with electricity, gas and Internet provider Sumo Power the latest company to be hit with a penalty for infringing the law on telemarketing.
Eleven telcos have been warned by the communications regulator, the Australian Communications and Media Authority, for failing to tell potential new customers that they do not provide priority assistance services, or failing to name a telco that does.
Australia’s three biggest telcos — Telstra, Optus and Vodafone — have been given formal warnings by the telecoms regulator for failing to provide information about products and services that may suit the needs of consumers with a disability.
My apologies, I did not mean to give that impression.
still expensive and rubbish
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