Tagged With ACCC

Uber Eats bullied restaurants into taking responsibility for botched deliveries that weren’t their fault, and is now pledging to change its contracts

Vodafone will refund customers who unknowingly bought ringtones, games and gadgets — but has avoided a fine from the competition watchdog

Samsung accused of misleading Australian customers in its advertising about the water resistance of Galaxy phones

Netflix could be hit with special tax as Australia prepares to tackle digital giants including Facebook and Google

Jetstar hit with $1.95 million fine for lying to customers about non-refundable cheap tickets

Ticket resale website found guilty of ripping off Aussie customers with hidden fees, cancelled events and no refunds

Here’s how fast Australia’s top NBN providers really are

Optus has been fined $10 million for misleading customers

The ACCC is going after Jetstar for saying that some of its flights are non-refundable

The ACCC explains how Australia's banks make it hard to work out how much your mortgage costs

The ACCC wants to regulate the substantial power of Google and Facebook in Australia

Australians are really ramping up their NBN speeds

Telstra has refunded $9.3 million to 72,000 customers over misleading third party charges

The real meaning of an 'unlimited' mobile data plan

Transurban's bid to buy Sydney toll road WestConnex has been cleared by the ACCC

Australian broadband users are finally doing what the NBN wants

Australia's biggest hotel group, Meriton, has been fined $3 million for trying to manipulate TripAdvisor reviews

Europcar is being taken to court for allegedly overcharging on credit card fees

The competition watchdog has launched its first lawsuit against a company for 'gun jumping' -- here's what that means

Here's how much Australians will save on power bills under the ACCC's plan