The decision by National Broadband Network operator, NBN Co to extend its Education Assistance offer until 15 January 2021, has earned the praise of communications consumers peak body ACCAN, which says the targeted offer from the company waives the wholesale costs for many services on the 25/5 Mbps speed tier - and encourages telcos to offer free or heavily discounted NBN plans to low-income households with school-aged children.
ACCAN, the consumer group representing telecommunications consumers, says more needs to be done to recognise the impact of unreliable telco services on consumers.
Australia's peak body for consumer representation in communications, the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN), says telcos must play their part if consumers are to benefit from changes to NBN Co’s wholesale pricing and data capacity.
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