The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has taken online retailer Kogan to the Federal Court, alleging that the company indulged in misleading advertising about a 10% discount promotion in breach of Australian Consumer Law.
Nearly 60% of the 5.2 million Australian households connected to the NBN at the end of March are on plans that offer 50Mbps or higher download speeds, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says in its quarterly Wholesale Market Indicators Report.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has blamed "a flaw in its website content management system" for publishing information about the proposed merger between TPG Telecom and Vodafone Hutchison Australia a day before it was supposed to be made public.
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