The advertising restrictions placed on the use of the term congestion-free by Internet service provider Aussie Broadband by the competition watchdog have been questioned by the head of a small ISP in Tasmania, who has asked why the ACCC does not also object to the use of the term "unlimited" in broadband advertisements.
Telstra's highest BYO plan, the L plan for $89 per month over 12 months, looks very compelling, especially for frequent international travellers who hate Telstra's $10 per day roaming charge.
Telstra has a new 15GB plan for $49 with "peace of mind" data, offered on the Telstra 24x7 app, not listed on the website, and it's great – but it has an annoying catch.
we already have those
nothing for fttn users as usual , nbn is super silent about fttn upgrade
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