I received one of these phishing emails from a bank once, the bank I actual use and it was very well done, so well done I felt the need to alert my bank to it and they sounded appreciative of me doing so. They probably weren't really, but better to be nice.
I'm afraid this one, supposedly from my isp and telephone company, just does not cut the mustard. If the dodgy English wasn't a give away, I very much doubt an Australian company would ask an Australia citizen with an Australian address for their zip code. If you don't know, we call them post codes.
I've just remembered something. Years ago some sites would want you to verify your address by entering your zip code. More than once I found recalling the tv show Beverley Hills 90210 useful.
Dear BigPond Account User:
Your e-mail needs to be updated with our
released F-Secure Internet
Security 2013 new version of a better resource
webmail spam and viruses.
If you have not upgraded your account, click reply
and fill in the
columns below to send it back so we can update our database
immediately. Failure to update will process your BigPond account
temporarily blocked or suspended from our network and may not be able
receive or send e-mail due to the update.
Fill the column
SERVICE ADDRESS ZIP CODE:
We apologize for the inconvenience;
we are here to make it look better
webmail in 2013.
Number: 937117915 Property