iiNet and Internode to compensate 11,000 NBN customers for slow speeds

An image of iinet's website, October 10 2014.
iiNet and Internode are the latest internet providers to confess that they misled customers about their National Broadband Network (NBN) speeds, following an investigation by the consumer regulator.

More than 8,000 iiNet customers will be compensated for signing up to NBN contracts that promised fast NBN speeds which could not be delivered.

Internode will compensate more than 3,000 of its customers.

The number of Australians able to claim compensation for slow NBN speeds has reached about 70,000 — including Telstra’s 42,000, Optus’ 8,700 and TPG’s 8,000 aggrieved customers.

via iiNet and Internode to compensate 11,000 NBN customers for slow speeds – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)