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Telstra bills tipped to increase

TELSTRA has announced a number of price increases tipped to hit landline bills and some mobile phone plans.

In a post on the company's blog, Telstra's executive director of customer service Peter Jamieson announced the price rises will come into effect on October 1.

The biggest changes are to landline pricing and local calls, which will affect people that rely on their home phone.

Three of Telstra's HomeLine plans - Complete, Plus and Advanced - will see an increase of 2 cents per call.

Access fees on half of the HomeLine plans will rise, and calls to 13 numbers from landlines will increase from 30c to 35c for all Telstra customers.

Read more at news.com.au
 

Topics:  bills landline phones mobile phones telstra


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