Consumers more annoyed with their energy company than their banks and mobile providers – Politics

Consumers more annoyed with their energy company than their banks and mobile providers – Politics

Posted June 15, 2018 00:04:13 Trust in energy companies has hit record low levels, prompting Australians to shop around for a better deal on their household power bills. The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC), which sets the rules for how the nation’s electricity and gas markets operate, has released its …

Mykis could go mobile as Victoria trials smartphone ticket app for public transport

Mykis could go mobile as Victoria trials smartphone ticket app for public transport

Updated May 28, 2018 14:21:16 Photo: The app will be trialled on 1,000 Android phones from July. (ABC News: Kathy Lord) Victorians might soon be able to ditch their myki cards and tap onto public transport using their smartphones, as 1,000 people prepare to trial a new mobile ticketing system …

NAB hit by nationwide outage to internet and mobile banking, ATMs and EFTPOS

NAB hit by nationwide outage to internet and mobile banking, ATMs and EFTPOS

Updated May 26, 2018 10:42:46 Photo: This Adelaide supermarket is one of many businesses affected by the outage. (ABC News: Nick Harmsen) NAB has apologised to its customers for disruptions to several of its services, including internet and mobile banking, ATMs and EFTPOS. The NAB has confirmed there is a …

Victoria Police call for more powers to fine drivers taking selfies, using mobile phones

Victoria Police call for more powers to fine drivers taking selfies, using mobile phones

Updated May 14, 2018 16:12:08 Photo: Assistant Commissioner Doug Fryer says strict liability laws would help officers fine drivers using their mobile phones. (ABC News) Victoria Police are calling for legal reforms to pave the way for the use of high-tech cameras to photograph and fine drivers using mobile phones. …

Budget 2018: Mobile blackspot funding to drop out at end of next financial year – ABC Rural

Budget 2018: Mobile blackspot funding to drop out at end of next financial year – ABC Rural

Regional and rural mobile phone users are among the big losers in last night’s budget with no funding for Australia’s mobile phone blackspot program beyond the next financial year. Deputy leader of the Nationals and Minister for Regional Communications, Bridget McKenzie, this morning defended the Federal Government’s investment in regional …