Telstra denies throttling customers on free data day

After a major outage knocked out large parts of Telstra’s network last month, the telco was slammed for an entirely different reason after trying to make amends.

CNET April 7, 2016

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Telstra denies throttling customers on free data day
Telstra customers took to the telco’s free data day with gusto last weekend, downloading the equivalent of 3.4 million HD movies in one day. But with some users complaining about speeds, Telstra denies customers were throttled. READ MORE »
Claire Reilly
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