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Optus pre-orders open today for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 – $0 upfront on $80/month plan with bonus data

Optus pre-orders open today for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 – $0 upfront on $80/month plan with bonus data

10:55 am on October 15, 2014 in Bargains, Carriers, News
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Optus has opened pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in store and online, in black and white colours. Optus’ big incentive for customers signing up for a Note 4 on a new contract is $0 upfront on an $80 month plan (that also gets you an extra 2GB of data, bringing it to 5GB/month until November 2). On that[Read More…]

HTC’s budget LTE-capable Desire 510 joins Telstra’s lineup

HTC’s budget LTE-capable Desire 510 joins Telstra’s lineup

7:05 pm on October 14, 2014 in Carriers, News, Phones
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4G devices are certainly making their mark and becoming cheaper every day, with Telstra and HTC launching the Desire 510, a budget 4G/LTE mobile phone to the Australian carriers pre-paid line of devices for $179. Spec wise, the Desire 510 does offer some decent specs for a budget minded device. Looking at the Desire 510, it certainly does also seem[Read More…]

Vodafone’s pricing for the Note 4 and Note Edge released

Vodafone’s pricing for the Note 4 and Note Edge released

7:03 pm on October 14, 2014 in Carriers, News, Phones
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Vodafone is putting the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edgeup for presale tomorrow, and there’s some bonuses on offer for those who pre-order. On the Galaxy Note 4, pricing starts at $10 a month on the $70 plan (over 24 months), up to $4 per month on the $100 plan. The Galaxy Note Edge starts at $18 a[Read More…]

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Vodafone and Spotify enter into an exclusive partnership

Vodafone and Spotify enter into an exclusive partnership

10:58 am on October 14, 2014 in Carriers
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Vodafone and Spotify are set to enter into an exclusive partnership, the companies announced overnight. Specific details of the arrangement weren’t announced, with ink still drying on contracts last night but both companies are excited at the possibilities and plan to announce offers for both prepaid and postpaid customers in the next few weeks, promising “game changing”, unrivalled offers. A[Read More…]

Telstra makes 1800 numbers free of charge for mobile customers

Telstra makes 1800 numbers free of charge for mobile customers

1:56 pm on October 9, 2014 in Carriers
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Telstra has today announced a new bonus for their customers, becoming the first Australian operator to offer calls to 1800 number free of charge from a mobile. While you’ve been able to call 1800 numbers toll free from a landline for years, the cost of calling from a mobile has still been present, but no longer. Calls to 1800 numbers[Read More…]

Telstra adds the 3G only Tempo (T815) to their pre-paid range

Telstra adds the 3G only Tempo (T815) to their pre-paid range

9:07 am on October 4, 2014 in Carriers, News, Phones
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Telstra has been selling their branded handsets for a while now, and they’ve just added another to the range, introducing the ZTE built Telstra Tempo to their pre-paid lineup. The phone is far from what you’d call top of the line, but at $79 it’s what you would call a steal. The phone comes running a very up to date[Read More…]

Telstra announces nation-wide trial of Wi-Fi hotspots will go live in November

Telstra announces nation-wide trial of Wi-Fi hotspots will go live in November

10:30 am on September 30, 2014 in Carriers
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Back in May, Telstra announced a plan to create one of the world’s largest Wi-Fi networks. Telstra plans to install two million Wi-Fi hotspots across the nation within five years. Officially set to launch next year, Telstra has this morning announced that a trial of the system will begin in November, in more than 1,000 locations across Australia. The trial[Read More…]

Telstra adds the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus To its Pre-Paid line of devices for $149

Telstra adds the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus To its Pre-Paid line of devices for $149

10:02 am on September 30, 2014 in Carriers, News, Phones

There’s another Samsung handset on the market, with Telstra adding the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus, to its prepaid line of devices, offering the handset for $149. The handsets is an updated version of the Galaxy Trend which launched at Dick Smith late last year, to its prepaid line of devices, offering the handset for $149. Thought it’s technically an upgrade,[Read More…]

Australian carriers advise availability of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Note Edge and Gear VR

Australian carriers advise availability of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Note Edge and Gear VR

8:21 pm on September 23, 2014 in Accessories, Carriers, News, Phones
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There’s a lot happening with Samsung tonight, with the manufacturer launching their Note products as well as the Gear VR headset in Australia. So far we’ve received outright pricing for the Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge, which will be selling in Samsung Experience stores and retailers for $949 and $1249 respectively. But what are the carriers saying? Telstra Telstra[Read More…]

Optus launches LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation around Australia

Optus launches LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation around Australia

1:36 pm on September 22, 2014 in Carriers
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Optus is moving forward with their 4G Plus network, today announcing that they’ve enabled LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation on their 2300MHz TDD LTE-A network around Australia, with Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide users connected to the network the first to see the bump, and Canberra users to follow in the coming weeks. Carrier Aggregation allows Optus to combine the two 20MHz[Read More…]

Vodafone revamps its prepaid plans with more data, PayPal recharges and a simplified user experience

Vodafone revamps its prepaid plans with more data, PayPal recharges and a simplified user experience

12:59 pm on September 22, 2014 in Carriers
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Vodafone hosted a media briefing at their North Sydney HQ this morning to reveal updated prepaid Cap pricing plans and a revamped activation and recharging experience for customers. Mehul Dave, Vodafone’s General Manager of Prepay & SIM Only, revealed that Vodafone’s new Cap plans offer two-to-three-times the data inclusion, with bonus data allowances on offer for those who recharge online,[Read More…]

Telstra turns on their 700MHz network in the Sydney CBD

Telstra turns on their 700MHz network in the Sydney CBD

5:07 pm on September 18, 2014 in Carriers
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As promised back at the end of last month, Telstra has flicked the switch on their 700MHz 4G network in the Sydney CBD today. In a move that could be seen by those of a cynical persuasion, the timing of the launch is quite fortuitous for those picking up a new phone tomorrow. But nevertheless, if you’re a Telstra customer[Read More…]

Telstra details plans to expand 4G LTE service into 700 Mhz space

Telstra details plans to expand 4G LTE service into 700 Mhz space

11:30 am on September 11, 2014 in Carriers
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At an event in Sydney this morning, Telstra is announcing enhancements to its 4G LTE service. The carrier expects to expand the footprint of its 4G coverage so that reach 90% of the Australian population by the end of January 2015. Telstra plans to use the 700 MHz spectrum from 1 January to cover a 3km radius of the CBDs[Read More…]

Virgin Mobile begins offering incentives to customers who switch to their network

Virgin Mobile begins offering incentives to customers who switch to their network

9:10 am on September 11, 2014 in Carriers
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After Optus began offering incentives to customers who switch over to their network last Sunday, we’ve seen Telstra join in, and now Virgin Mobile has announced that they too will be offering incentives to customers who switch over to the Virgin Mobile network. Virgin Mobile has announced that from Friday the 12th of September in-store or the 13th on-line, until[Read More…]

Telstra, too, offering $450 to customers to switch to their network

Telstra, too, offering $450 to customers to switch to their network

4:59 pm on September 9, 2014 in Carriers, News
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Telstra have seen Optus’ offer to pay new customers $450 towards break fees incurred on a previous carrier, and have decided to offer potential Telstra customers the same deal. From September 16, in a move to help customers decide to join Telstra’s network, Telstra will offer customers credits up to $450 when they incur a contract break fee to transfer[Read More…]