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Amaysim announces changes to amaysim UNLIMITED coming September 1st – more data, larger price
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Amaysim announces changes to amaysim UNLIMITED coming September 1st – more data, larger price

Amaysim is a pretty decent carrier if you’re after some good value 3G plans, but as of the 1st of September they’re about to get a little more expensive, with the MVNO today announcing that as of September 1st, they will be making some changes. To start with, the price of the UNLIMITED plan will increase by $5 from $39.90[Read More…]

in Carriers by at 12:20 pm on August 6, 2014
Optus announces new prepaid mobile offerings – only pay for what you use
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Optus announces new prepaid mobile offerings – only pay for what you use

Optus has released new prepaid mobile plans starting at just $1 per day, with the added bonus that users only pay for days that they actually use. For most of us, this doesn’t offer too much, as we use our phones all the time, but for those more infrequent users it could be a bit of a way to save[Read More…]

in Carriers, News by at 8:58 pm on August 4, 2014
Want an LG G3 that’s (sort of) made out of Gold? JB HiFi has one for you.
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Want an LG G3 that’s (sort of) made out of Gold? JB HiFi has one for you.

From today we’re starting to see the arrival of LG G3 stock available in stores, both from carriers directly, and also in dealers such as JB HiFi. One intrepid Ausdroid editor spotted this in today’s JB HiFi catalogue; not only is the G3 now advertised as being available, but it’s also available in gold colour (which we had heard might[Read More…]

in Carriers, News, Phones by at 8:45 pm on August 4, 2014
Samsung Tab S tablets now available via Optus

Samsung Tab S tablets now available via Optus

When Samsung announced the new Galaxy Tab S range a little while ago, we knew it wouldn’t be long before they’d be available on a range of carrier repayment plans, and it seems that Optus has done just that today. Jason went hands on with a pre-release version of the 10.5″ variant of the Galaxy Tab S earlier in July 2014,[Read More…]

in Carriers, News, Tablets by at 4:44 pm on August 1, 2014
Optus LG G3 pre-orders begin to arrive at customers doors
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Optus LG G3 pre-orders begin to arrive at customers doors

This morning a lucky customer who pre-ordered an LG G3 from Optus received a notification that an LG G3 was awaiting collection at their local post office. This is a little ahead of the official date for stock to arrive in-store which is expected around the 4th of August. It’s good to see that those that pre-ordered may receive their[Read More…]

in Carriers, Manufacturer, Phones by at 8:54 pm on July 30, 2014
Alcatel POP S3 now available on Optus Pre-Paid for $199

Alcatel POP S3 now available on Optus Pre-Paid for $199

Alcatel is making moves in Australia, with Optus adding yet another device from phone maker Alcatel to their pre-paid line up. The twist is that unlike the Pop C1, the Alcatel Pop S3 is 4G enabled though this time it is a 4G enabled smartphone. The Alcatel Pop S3, which certainly does aim to offer high end specs, but a[Read More…]

in Carriers, Phones by at 10:31 am on July 30, 2014
Telstra is now accepting pre-orders for the LG G3
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Telstra is now accepting pre-orders for the LG G3

Telstra has today announced that pre-orders for the upcoming LG Flagship, the LG G3 are now open. Telstra has chosen to offer the LG G3 in Titan Black colour options only, meaning that only Optus is making the White version available. The Telstra deal for the LG G3, begins at $70 per month. But there’s a range of plans to[Read More…]

in Carriers, Manufacturer, Phones by at 1:08 pm on July 29, 2014
Vodafone announces plans to use 850MHz network to extend the reach of their 4G network
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Vodafone announces plans to use 850MHz network to extend the reach of their 4G network

Vodafone is serious about 4G, that’s nothing new, after switching on their 4G network back in June last year, the network has in independent testing shown it runs one of the fastest networks in Australia. But now they want their 4G network to reach more people, so today, they’ve announced a new plan which will extend their 4G coverage to[Read More…]

in Carriers by at 12:52 pm on July 29, 2014
Telstra prepares to say goodbye to 2G

Telstra prepares to say goodbye to 2G

Telstra has announced its intention to switch off its 2G (GSM) mobile network by the end of 2016. The network, which has been powering mobile telecommunications in Australia for over twenty years now, has reached its end of life, and while Telstra’s 2G network was once one of the best, and carried the majority of Australian mobile traffic, its time[Read More…]

in Carriers, News by at 7:38 am on July 24, 2014
Telstra announce LG G3 and G Watch availability from 5 August
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Telstra announce LG G3 and G Watch availability from 5 August

Telstra has announced today that the LG G3, and LG G Watch, will be available from Telstra on 5 August. This is fairly big news in respect of the G3, but even bigger news in respect of the G Watch — retail availability of these two giants will no doubt be popular news. G3 The LG G3 will operate on[Read More…]

in Android Wear, Carriers, News by at 12:29 pm on July 23, 2014