Displaying items by tag: iSelect

Australia’s competition watchdog the ACCC will not oppose the acquisition of comparison website, Compare the Market, by Innovation Holdings Australia that would result in it holding up to 35% of shares in iSelect, a major competitor to Compare the Market.

Published in Technology Regulation

Online comparison website iSelect has been ordered by the Federal Court to pay $8.5 million in penalties for making false or misleading representations about its electricity comparison service.

Published in Energy

Australia’s competition watchdog, the ACCC, is taking the online comparison website iSelect to court over allegations of misleading or deceptive conduct and false or misleading representations in relation to its energy plan comparison service.

Published in Energy

Product comparison firm iSelect says it has seen an average increase of about 40% in the number of Australians inquiring about changing their Internet plans after the festive season.

Published in Home Tech

The Australian Communications and Media Authority has fined Primus Telecommunications and iSelect $8400 apiece for telemarketing services to consumers after they had withdrawn their consent. Dodo Services was formally warned for a similar offence.

Published in Technology Regulation

Australians considering switching their service providers for fixed broadband, mobile phone, home phone, electricity and gas are all far more likely to visit comparison websites in an average four weeks than the typical Australian, according to a new report.

Published in Market

Australian family-owned broadband, voice and mobile service provider, Harbour ISP, has been awarded "Best New Partner" in the 2018 iSelect Partner Awards.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Over one million (45%) Australian households who have connected to the national broadband network experienced issues when transitioning across to the service, according to a newly published research report.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 11 July 2017 08:28

Nesting in Aussie homes

Nest, an Alphabet company, has announced that its safety and security products are now available in Australia in a deal with comparative services facilitator iSelect.

Published in Internet of Things

Australian-based online comparison website iSelect is claiming a world-first with its newly deployed Aspect customer engagement centre platform going live.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 08 February 2017 01:48

iSelect launches top level domain name

Online comparison website iSelect has launched its Top-Level Domain (TLD) — .iselect — as it moves to claim a market position as Australia’s “first and only” life admin store.

Published in Strategy

It seems the much-discussed and debated National Broadband Network may not yet have caught the attention of many Australians – with new research released by comparison website iSelect showing that 60% of Aussie households are not aware that they must move across to the NBN network within 18 months of it becoming available in their area.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Landlines are fading into history as the world goes mobile, with a newly released research report showing that just 16% of Australian households use their landline on a daily basis and more than a third — 34% — never use a landline or don’t have one connected.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Australian Insurance, financial services and utilities comparison website, iSelect, has chosen global consumer engagement solutions provider Aspect Software to help improve delivery of services to meet increasing consumer demand.

Published in Deals

Insurance, financial services and utilities comparison website, iSelect, has signed a multi-million deal to deploy Salesforce Service Cloud customer management solution across its customer management network.

Published in Deals
Monday, 16 March 2015 13:13

Keogh minds MYOB's people

Accounting software provider MYOB has appointed Alla Keogh as its head of people and performance.

Published in People Moves

Australian broadband consumers are blowing $141 million a year by overpaying for broadband services, according to a new report. The report claims that, the issue is broadband consumers in Australia don't have access to the information to  understand what they need.

Published in Home Tech




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