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Telstra penalised $50m for unconscionable sale of mobile plans to Indigenous customers


Telstra penalised $50m for unconscionable sale of mobile plans to Indigenous customers

Telstra has admitted to breaching consumer law over the unconscionable sale of mobile phone plans to 108 Indigenous customers leaving them thousands of dollars in debt.



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