Over three million Australians – 20% of the adult population—are now mobile only and live in a home without a landline. And the number is growing.
Telstra is increasing line rental for the declining number of people using landline only.
The peak telecoms consumer body in Australia says the latest Telecomunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) report reveals another "dreadful year" for telco customers, with complaints still near all time highs. Of particular concern is a ballooning number of complaints from customers who have been given inaccurate advice.
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