Vocus Group subsidiary Dodo Services has agreed to pay back up to $360,000 to 16,000 customers for claiming that its entry-level NBN broadband plans were "perfect for streaming".
The Australian consumer watchdog handed its digital platforms inquiry report to the Federal Government on 30 June. A week later, we have only bluster from the Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, who has apparently put "Facebook and Google on notice over market power".
Competition law expert and former Australian Government Solicitor Stephen Ridgeway has been appointed to the ACCC as a Commissioner.
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nothing for fttn users as usual , nbn is super silent about fttn upgrade
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