The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has been testing Google’s DNS lookup service for several months, and the company is now offering it to Australians for $10 a month.

The service is based on a service Google introduced in December 2015 that lets users search for DNS records on the internet using their phone or laptop.

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission has been tracking the usage of Google’s search engine and is asking customers if they use the service to search for their own name, phone number or address.

But the Australian ISP said the new service was about to launch.

The company said it was launching the new search service because it needed to increase competition in the industry and provide better customer service.

“We’re looking to add to the competitive landscape,” said John Leake, senior executive officer at NBN Co.

“And so it’s about improving our business and giving us more competition and that’s why we’re testing this new product.”

He said the search service would not be available for other ISPs.

He also said the Australian Competition Commission would not allow Google to use its technology to identify people, so it could not identify them.NBN Co said it would be testing the new feature and would notify customers about it once it was available.

“Google has been in Australia for over a year now, and has been a key provider to us,” said NBN Co chief operating officer Mike Quigley.

“The launch of Google search will help to drive a more competitive and better service in the market and also increase consumer choice.”

The ACCC said the company was offering the service for free, but it could be purchased for $20 a month at its website.

Natalie Cramer from the ACCC called the new DNS lookup a new competitor for Google’s services.

“It’s about increasing competition in this market and increasing competition for consumers,” she said.

She said the service would be useful for people looking for information about their family and friends, but did not comment on its ability to help search engines identify people.”

It will provide a way for people to get their own names, addresses, and phone numbers on the web faster.”

She said the service would be useful for people looking for information about their family and friends, but did not comment on its ability to help search engines identify people.

She said she believed it would not have been possible to test the service before now because it would have cost a lot more to do so.

“I think Google has been doing quite well in Australia and it’s quite well tested in Australia,” she told ABC News Breakfast.

“But I think it’s just not a very big market right now.”NBN said it had tested the new product and was working on it.

“Our DNS lookup will provide an innovative alternative to Google’s existing services,” it said in a statement.

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The search service will provide consumers with a more consistent and up-to-date search experience on our network.”

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