Mobile virtual network operator Boost Mobile says Telstra, whose mobile services it resells, is working on a major shift in implementation of a new digital stack over the next 12 months for Boost.
Services at Boost Mobile appear to have gone on the blink, with attempts at purchasing a mobile SIM failing and the company blocking calls from an account that is paid up.
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