Telstra's accidental media storm

The telco's gentle reminder to customers that its mainly redundant 3GIS network is being shut down, sent the media into a frenzy. So what's going on?

Yesterday, Telstra accidentally created a media storm by again reminding customers that it was shutting down its 3GIS network at the end of August. 

The press release obviously struck a chord with the click bait makers of the net, as the headlines that followed hyped up the story to the point of insanity.

Take for instance, Fairfax’s story on this release: Use Telstra? You may want to read this

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