The guide setting out principles and practices that telecommunications and Internet service providers can use when dealing with consumers in financial hardship has been updated.
Communications regulator the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) says telcos are continuing to deal with consumers experiencing financial hardship in a way that remains largely compliant with their obligations under the Telecommunications Consumer Protections (TCP) Code.
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.
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