Competition is meant to keep prices down, but in a distorted market like Internet services in Australia it’s not entirely surprising that hasn’t happened. AAP reports that a survey conducted by AAPT shows that the average home phone and Internet bill has risen $44 in the past year, and that a third of households try and restrict their usage to control bills. Are you paying more for Internet access, or have you found a way to get more for less?
Home Internet Costs Still On The Rise
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