The South Australian (SA) Division of the Liberal Party of Australia has been taken to task by the telecommunications regulator the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) for making polling robocalls during prohibited calling times.
Telco BVivid has paid fines totalling $25,000 for making telemarketing calls to consumers in areas transitioning to the NBN that breached Australian Consumer Law.
The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman's latest report describes the misleading behaviour of "a small number of retail service providers" and explains what consumers and businesses can do to protect themselves.
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