The Australian Communications and Media Authority has issued Telstra a formal warning for the telco's failure to email more than 150,000 mobile broadband customers about excess data usage, resulting in these people having to fork out for the data.
Credit ratings agency S&P Global Ratings has said it does not expect 5G fixed wireless broadband networks to replace the NBN in the near-to-medium term, due to heavy capital spending and the fact that some players were stretched financially.
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.
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