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Optus is doing its part to keep the friends and family of those in Ukraine connected by offering free calls, with Optus CEO Kelly Beyer Rosmarin and its MD of Marketing and Revenue, Matt Williams, making posts on LinkedIn, too.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency, The Commerce Commission is seeking feedback on draft guidance for directors and senior managers of mobile traders and consumer credit providers on how to comply with the due diligence duty.

Published in Technology Regulation

If you're an Apple TV+ subscriber, Apple has announced to you by email that you're getting the equivalent of a month's worth of credit, each month, until June, in a competitive move that is obviously designed to keep people connected with their Apple TV+ subscriptions.

Published in Entertainment

Demand for executives in the ICT sector in July dropped 3%, unable to continue from its small gain of the previous month, as executive employment across all business and industry sectors plunged for the sixth month in a row.

Published in Recruitment

One of Australia’s largest debt collection firms, ACM Group, has been slammed in the Federal Court for its harassment and coercion in pursuing debts from consumers who had defaulted on their Telstra phone bills.

Thursday, 28 September 2017 04:21

Equifax breach identity fraud could last many years

Credit-reporting company Equifax Inc's massive data breach compromised the personal information of up to 143 million Americans and continues to dominate the news as even San Francisco city joins in the rage.

Published in Security

Always on the lookout for a win-win deal for Kogan and its customers, the daring e-tailer has primed its newest promotion for today only to get 10% back.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

TV is awash in ads offering loans because you’ve laminated your cat, swallowed a trumpet or turn into a zombie ghost on holiday, but should you resist temptation?

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Is MasterCard desperate for Australians to give up cash? Cash may ‘no longer be King’ according to a MasterCard survey, but is that just a credit card company’s dream scenario?

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Australian equity crowdfunding platform VentureCrowd is raising $1.5 million of its own at a pre-money valuation of $10 million to accelerate growth across equity, property and credit asset platforms.

Published in Strategy

Earning extra credit or data by watching ads is claimed as world-first homegrown technology, used by Lebara, built by Melbourne-based Unlockd and dubbed Lebara Plus.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Second hand goods retailer Cash Converters has announced it supports the Federal Government’s review of the ‘national small amount credit contract laws.’

Published in Home Tech

Virgin Mobile says it is introducing a ‘game changing’ Australian first, letting you rollover your data, but is this strictly true?

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Monday, 23 September 2013 14:14

Optus lets its customers 'trade in, trade up'

Optus has launched what it describes as an Australian mobile first in 'Trade In, Trade Up', a deal where customers can receive credit on their next phone bill for trading in their old working smartphone.

Published in Mobility




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