The battle behind Telstra’s $50m fine over its treatment of Indigenous customers | 7.30

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The Federal Court has confirmed Telstra will pay a $50 million fine after a two-year investigation into its treatment of Indigenous customers in remote communities.

Consumer affairs reporter Amy Bainbridge went to Broome, where a young woman’s massive phone bill helped to spark the investigation.

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