Optus denies unconscionable conduct claims from former reseller TeleChoice

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Optus denies unconscionable conduct claims from former reseller TeleChoice
Optus has denied a laundry list of accusations by former mobile partner TeleChoice as the two prepare to head to court over claims of unconscionable conduct – with more than $100 million in damages at stake. TeleChoice filed suit in the Victorian Supreme Court in December accusing its ...

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