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 by tens of dollars per mile or more, as well as those who are forced to buy used cars or lease cars for years.
The telcos have had to do what they thought was best, but the results have been disappointing.
A look at the data telcos use to make their advertising claims.
The cost of the telco’s marketing is a big factor behind why telcos are making so little money from their car-ordering services.
As of August, the cost of a Telstra phone call was $5.70 per minute.
That’s about $8 per hour, or about $300 per month.
The Telstra car-order business, on the other hand, is making $3.70 an hour.
The biggest cost, for now, is the cost per minute charged to the telcos for their call center.
That is a whopping $3,400 per month, or $1,500 per year.
And that’s assuming you can afford the call and text service, which is typically about $30 per month per phone.
It’s an incredibly expensive business.
In order to get the cost down to the low single digits, telcos decided to make the phone calls themselves.
And while it is cheaper to buy a phone plan than to call and send text messages, there are still costs to pay.
The number of minutes a person can be on a Telco plan depends on how long he or she has been using the service.
It is currently $50 per month for unlimited minutes.
But if that plan ends at one year and $50.50 per year, that plan could have a cap of 15 minutes.
That means you will only be able to use one of your unlimited minutes a month.
You will also be limited to using up the maximum amount of calls you can make, and only texting while on the phone, which may limit the number of texts you can send.
That limits your freedom of choice, which, in turn, means that the telcs can charge you a premium to use their services.
They have to charge the customer what the customer is paying for them, so that they can make a profit.
The price of a phone call on Telstra is the same as a call made to a number.
The company charges $15 for a call, while a call to an individual’s home number is about $15.
If you want to get a phone number, you can get one for about $10, but if you want a call from a specific place, like a restaurant or hotel, you’ll have to pay $75.
There are other charges that can be added, but they are minimal.
In total, Telstra charges $25 per month to call people’s home numbers, and $40 per month when they call from outside of the company’s network.
There is a $15 fee for calling people from outside its network, and an additional $3 per minute for any call to the home phone number that Telstra has access to.
This fee, known as the ‘calls and texts’ charge, is paid to Telstra by the telcoms customers.
The costs are paid by Telstra to the customers, and they make the money back by selling advertising space on their services to their customers.
This is a money-making venture.
The revenue that the Telcos get from advertising on their telcos services is based on the amount of time that customers are on their service.
If the customer spends more than 12 hours on the service, that money is split evenly between the tels and the customer.
The fee that is paid by the customer to Telcos is called a ‘call time’.
It is a rate charged to Telco for the number that the customer uses to call.
This amount of call time is called the ‘call rate’.
Telcos make money from advertising in various ways.
The money is paid out to Tel-Tail to provide advertising to its customers.
It pays Tel-Quip to provide ads to its users.
It also pays Telstra’s advertising division to run adverts in its newspapers, TV and radio stations, and through its mobile apps.
The majority of the advertising money goes to Telos’ top management team, who are responsible for making sure that the advertising is effective.
The rest of the money goes directly into the company.
In addition, Telos pays for other advertising that it produces.
This includes phone call centres and telcos advertising agencies that deliver ads to customers.
In 2015, Telcos spent $2.3 billion on advertising. Telcos