Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman congratulates Stephen Rue on new role as NBN Co CEO
Commenting on the appointment of Stephen Rue as the new Chief Executive Officer of NBN Co, Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman Judi Jones says:
“Congratulations from the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman to Stephen on his appointment as Chief Executive Officer.
“We also extend our very best wishes to Bill Morrow for his future and thank him for his supportive and collaborative approach in resolving complaints about phone and internet services.
“NBN Co and the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman have a productive working relationship focused on providing a positive experience for residential consumers and small businesses, service providers and the wider telecommunications industry. We look forward to continuing this work under Stephen’s leadership.”
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