Telstra has made two announcements today, boosting its new Smart Wi-Fi Booster which can be extended with up to four units, while also delivering a new 30-day NBN satisfaction guarantee.
Promising “action to deliver better broadband to Australians” with 4G back-up, proactive speed tests and the telco’s “30 day network satisfaction guarantee”, Vodafone has entered the NBN market at last.
Labor has slammed Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for being “all talk and no action” regarding “the year of the customer” in face of NBN complaints to the TIO and Choice’s survey results for ISP satisfaction.
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