Optus slugged $51,000 over ‘NBN-like speeds’ claim

AustraliaIT News — Optus has been hit with a $51,000 penalty by the consumer watchdog after the telco claimed it could offer cable broadband services with ‘NBN-like speeds’. The telco made the claim about its existing broadband plans in advertisements that appeared on websites, billboards, shopping centre posters, catalogues and flyers between January and August.


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