Details on court costs and orders haven't been revealed at this stage.
Kogan stated it entered the telco market to make mobile access more affordable for Australians, and although it expected turbulence, it did not expect a court case would arise.
“Today’s victory means Kogan Mobile customers can rest assured their services will not be unlawfully interfered with by the wholesaler,” the statement read. “Australians can trust Kogan Mobile to continue to provide the best deals in the market.
“Kogan will always fight for our customers to ensure they get the best deals in the market.”
The court battle began earlier this year after Kogan claimed wholesale agreements were breached after 600 Kogan Mobile customers were suspended for using too much data or making too many phone calls.
ispONE hit back saying Kogan engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct through claiming the mobile phone plans were unlimited.