Optus tells former Virgin Mobile and Gomo customers they could also be part of data breach
Identification repair service receives a month’s worth of complaint calls in three days as government pressures telco to pay for replacement ID documents
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Former Virgin Mobile and Gomo customers are the latest to have been informed by Optus that their personal information was exposed in the company’s massive data breach, as an identification repair service reveals it has fielded a month’s worth of complaint calls in three days.
It has been a week since Optus first revealed up to 10 million of its customers had personal information – including names, addresses, emails and dates of birth – exposed, with 2.8 million having passport, licence or Medicare numbers also made visible.
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