What you need to know about telcos market assessment

Telstra and Optus have released a new version of their Telmarketing Market Assessment tool, which they hope will provide better insight into the telco’s customer experience.The tool, called Telmarket, is aimed at helping telcos to identify the best way to sell their services to customers.Telmarket is based on the Telmarket survey, which has been the […]

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Why telcos have been making so much money from carrefours

The telcos, after all, have been trying to turn the fortunes of the car-buying experience on its head for some time.That strategy has been working well enough in some markets, but has also proven hugely costly for other regions.It has been costly for many consumers who have seen their car prices go up or down […]

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A tale of two nations

New Zealand’s market is in a state of flux.New Zealanders are buying everything from coffee to eggs and meat, while a number of other countries are looking to diversify their economies away from commodities, including the United States.article New Zealand has had a busy market over the past month, with new arrivals from abroad pouring […]

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FourFour Two: Is Telquiz a black market for fake phone numbers?

A new Telquizo website is causing some confusion and controversy.Its been making waves for a while, and it’s a scam.It’s actually a Telstra black market.It uses the Telstra Black Market Fraud Investigation Network (BMFIN) to help its customers get a new phone number, and also helps them to get rid of old numbers.This has been […]

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