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Communications issues in regional Australia

23 Oct 2015

Performance standards for landline connections and repairs should be retained for consumers in regional and remote Australia, the TIO has recommended to the 2015 Regional Telecommunications Review. 

Case study – landline fault in a remote area

23 Oct 2015

Wally, who lives in a remote town in Western Australia, contacted us about a problem with his landline.

Video on demand services

23 Oct 2015

The rise of video on demand or steaming services such as Netflix, Stan and Presto reflects the change in how consumers watch movies and television shows. 

Outreach update

23 Oct 2015

The TIO, along with other alternative dispute resolution schemes, was out spreading the word about our service in regional New South Wales in September.

Breach of privacy case study

17 Jul 2015

Charlotte reported a fault on her mother’s landline to her service provider, giving her own mobile as a contact number. She then received two calls from different customers, who said they had got an SMS from their provider asking them to call her mobile number, about their own landline faults. 

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Disputed credit default listing

case study - credit listing

Rachel applied for a personal loan but her application was rejected because she had a default listing.

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