Mobile phone services provider Amayism has paid a penalty of $126,000 and fellow mobile company, Lycamobile, a penalty of $12,600 for alleged false or misleading representations about their mobile phone plans.
Australian technology start-up, Sourse, says it will escalate its enterprise customer acquisition strategy in Australasia and through South-East Asia in 2020 and expand into new industry sectors, following the $15.8 million sale of OVO Mobile’s 77,000 customers to amaysim.
Complaints about services delivered by Australia’s biggest telcos Telstra, Optus and Vodafone continued to fall over the three months to the end of September, according to the latest Complaints in Context report from the Communications Alliance.
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