Telecommunications services provider Exceed Connect has copped a warning from the Australian Communications and Media Authority for a breach of the Telecommunications Consumer Protections Code 2012 (TCP) by transferring customers from another telco without the customers’ consent.
Six telecommunications providers who have failed to meet their obligations for a second time under the Telecommunications Consumer Protections Code (TCP) have now been ordered by the industry watchdog to comply.
There has been a strong level of compliance by telcos with the Telecommunications Consumer Protections (TCP) Code in the three years since its introduction.
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