See the changing face of CHOICE over 50 years, as we roll back the decades.
23 Mar 2010 |
From the sixties through to the noughties, CHOICE TV captures all the highlights.
We look at nine common scenarios and show you how to assert your rights.
12 Jan 2010 |
What can you do when you know you’re getting a raw deal, but don't know what to do about it? Read on.
Our investigation confirms higher quotes go hand in hand with the W-word.
10 Dec 2009 |
This year Australian couples are expected to spend an estimated $3.7 billion on their big day - but can you be sure you're paying what you should?
CHOICE members nominate their favourite virtual stores.
10 Nov 2009 |
We save you time and effort by bringing you a list of the best online sites for books and CDS, clothes, electronics, as well as as cosmetics and fragrances.
CHOICE uncovers the hidden traps with international prepaid phone cards and what their blaring posters don’t tell you.
25 Sep 2009 |
Extra costs, such as “service” fees that gobble up credit even when you’re not making calls are often not advertised on the posters or phone cards.
CHOICE reveals the latest tricks companies use to catch our attention and open our wallets.
26 Mar 2009 |
In an average day – commuting to work, buying a coffee, exercising and so on – you’ll likely be exposed to as many as 5000 advertising messages.
Getting a partial refund for big ticket items may sound great, but not everyone is smiling.
13 Dec 2008 |
Retail and manufacturing marketing execs are certainly onto a winner with cashback schemes, but consumer benefit is not as guaranteed.
Are you being served or served up when offered an extended warranty?
12 Nov 2008 |
To find out if people are being pressured by retailers into buying extended warranties, CHOICE and the NSW Office of Fair Trading conducted an online survey and shadow shop of electrical retailers.
When you buy something that gives a portion of the sale price to a good cause are you really donating to charity?
1 Sep 2008 |
As a consumer, cause-related marketing can be a way to make a small contribution to a cause without affecting your bottom line.
Do labour conditions in developing countries affect our purchasing decisions?
3 Jul 2008 |
In conjunction with Amnesty International, we asked 1000 Australians to reveal their buying attitudes.