The much-criticised telecoms industry Universal Service Obligation (USO) finally looks set for the scrap heap, with the Productivity Commission recommending to the federal government that the programme be wound up by 2020.
Hardly any telcos or telecommunications lobby groups are willing to come out in support of Vodafone Hutchison Australia's move to take the ACCC to court over its recent draft decision not to declare mobile roaming, though many were quick to slam the competition regulator when it made the original decision to do so.
Consumer telecommunications advocate the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network has published a warning on its site about the increasing incidence of identity theft resulting from fraudulent mobile phone number porting.
still expensive and rubbish
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I'd put these criminals in the same boat as pseudo scientists.