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Peter Terlato

Peter Terlato

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Peter Terlato is a writer with more than a decade of journalism experience. His work has appeared in a number of global publications including Business Insider and Lifehacker. He's written extensively about travel, business, finance, politics, lifestyle and technology.

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Aussie insurers have a hard time satisfying customers

Satisfaction among consumers is a mixed bag when it comes to insurance.It seems not all Australian insurers know how to satisfy their customers. New research reveals risk and life insurers are likely to struggle, while some general insurers receive high approval ratings.Roy Morgan Research customer satisfaction data for April 2016 found general insurer RACT to […]

Peter Terlato 16 November 2021
Aussie insurers have a hard time satisfying customers

Most Australians switching to NBN do so for cheaper rates

Increased competition has created an extremely competitive market where price is a key differentiator.

Peter Terlato 16 December 2017
Most Australians switching to NBN do so for cheaper rates

Sydney’s mobile phone market is ripe for competition

Telstra overshadows other networks nationally but Vodafone rules Sydney's populous urban sprawl.

Peter Terlato 18 November 2017
Sydney’s mobile phone market is ripe for competition

Cockatoos peck $80,000 from nbn coffers

Technicians discovered eight towers where cockatoos have stripped back and destroyed around 200 cables.

Peter Terlato 4 November 2017
Cockatoos peck $80,000 from nbn coffers

New Zealand to block foreign buyers from local housing market

Home ownership levels are at their lowest in 66 years.

Peter Terlato 28 October 2017
New Zealand to block foreign buyers from local housing market

You can now add extra stops on Uber rides

Add, change, or remove a stop from the on-trip screen.

Peter Terlato 27 October 2017
You can now add extra stops on Uber rides

Holden release last car made in Australia

Holden manufactured and sold its first-ever car in 1948.

Peter Terlato 21 October 2017
Holden release last car made in Australia

Global volcanic activity affecting travel

Warnings across Indonesia, Mexico, Japan and Africa.

Peter Terlato 11 October 2017
Global volcanic activity affecting travel

New documentary uncovers Australian drivers’ unsafe phone habits

People check their phones 150 times per day.

Peter Terlato 23 September 2017
New documentary uncovers Australian drivers’ unsafe phone habits

The most popular types of vehicles among Australians buying new cars

Toyota, Mitsubishi, Mazda and Ford are in-demand.

Peter Terlato 16 September 2017
The most popular types of vehicles among Australians buying new cars
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