Hearing aid retailers Oticon Australia and Sonic Innovations have been hit with fines of $2.5 million by the Federal Court for misleading advertising claims that hearing aids for pensioners included wireless technology that would allow users to connect them to digital devices like televisions and mobile phones.
It is critical that the rollout of 5G in Australia is done in a way that promotes competition and works for the benefit of consumers, according to the chief of the competition watchdog, Rod Sims.
The ACCC has approved Telstra’s proposed variation to the NBN migration plan for special services which set out the steps Australia’s biggest telco will take to progressively migrate voice and broadband services from its copper and HFC networks to the broadband network as it is rolled out.
You have excellently shown the hypocrisy of the Liberal party – penny-pinching on admirable peacetime initiatives like NBN providing infrastructure[…]
Optus need to be sued for stealing $800m from the tax payer for their unusable HFC network.
Turnbull thought he was smart shortcutting with HFC, as a way to fast track connections to take to elections. He[…]
I guess you were never on Telstra HFC. 4 day downtimes every 3 months. The fact there is long outages[…]
I gave this piece an upvote, but it made me sad reading it