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Jetstar and Virgin caught out for overlooking mobile commerce

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imageJetstar's website was found to be misleading and deceptive.Mick Tsikas/Reuters

This week’s successful prosecution of airlines Jetstar and Virgin Australia by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission comes after the regulator warned it would crack down on drip pricing.

The Federal Court found both airlines had contravened sections 18...

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