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Galaxy S5 Gold, Exclusive to Vodafone UK

Galaxy S5 Gold, Exclusive to Vodafone UK

It’s all about the exclusives sometimes in the mobile phone market and more so when the phone is hotly anticipated, so Vodafone UK announcing an exclusive Gold coloured handset is kind of a big deal. The latest flasgship in Samsung’s Galaxy range of phones is going to be launched in Australia on Wednesday Night, and most of the Australian Carriers[Read More…]

by 1:44 am on March 21, 2014 5 comments Carriers, Exclusive, Manufacturer, Phones
Vodafone announces cuts to international roaming prices

Vodafone announces cuts to international roaming prices

Vodafone already offers some of the most competitive international roaming prices via its Red plans, with access to your ordinary mobile plan (and inclusions) for just $5 a day when in one of 46 supported countries. When outside those 46 countries, though, roaming costs can still be quite high, as much as $15 per megabyte of data, and that’s before[Read More…]

by 1:31 pm on March 19, 2014 1 comment Carriers, News
ALDImobile takes the wraps off new plans; not quite so good

ALDImobile takes the wraps off new plans; not quite so good

Customers of ALDImobile, presumably wooed initially by the promise of unlimited plans, face yet another bit of bad news today, with newly released plan information showing that inclusions have been cut, yet again. Today’s new plans show that the maximum data inclusion in the plans is just 1 GB, with extra data available at a cost. Other inclusions also seem[Read More…]

by 9:40 am on March 17, 2014 13 comments Carriers, News
Samsung has pulled the Android 4.3 update for the Vodafone branded Galaxy Nexus

Samsung has pulled the Android 4.3 update for the Vodafone branded Galaxy Nexus

When the Android 4.3 update was finally delivered to Australian carriers there was much rejoicing from owners who have been waiting for an update to their phones which have been left languishing on Android 4.1.2 for over a year. But the celebrations appear to be short lived with Vodafone advising in their latest Software update that Samsung has pulled the[Read More…]

by 4:41 pm on March 14, 2014 10 comments Carriers, Manufacturer, OS Update, Phones
Virgin Mobile begins offering double data deal for a limited time

Virgin Mobile begins offering double data deal for a limited time

Virgin Mobile has announced today that they will offer double data when you sign up for a 24 month contract on their $60 and $90 plans, including their BYO plans from today until the 11th of May. While there’s a whole host of phones available to sign up for – They’re using their Galaxy S4 4G option on the $60[Read More…]

by 11:53 am on March 14, 2014 2 comments Carriers
Motorola Moto X coming to Telechoice in Black or White for $599

Motorola Moto X coming to Telechoice in Black or White for $599

At Mobile World Congress, during a Q&A Session on Twitter, Motorola announced that they would finally be releasing their higher end phone the Moto X in Australia. The first sign of the phone arriving here has come in the form of a tip that Telechoice will begin carrying the Moto X in their stores. Motorola Australia has so far declined[Read More…]

by 10:18 am on March 8, 2014 9 comments Carriers, Manufacturer, Phones
Vodafone brings shared data plans and $5 per day roaming to Business customers

Vodafone brings shared data plans and $5 per day roaming to Business customers

When Vodafone launched their international roaming deals last year, which allowed customers to pay $5 per day to use all their usual plan inclusions while visiting 46 countries across the US, UK, NZ, Europe and Asia the business sector surely looked on with envy. But now, Vodafone is offering the same deals to their Small to Medium Enterprise(SME) customers. The[Read More…]

by 6:38 pm on March 6, 2014 0 comments Carriers, News
Update: Telstra, too! Optus and Vodafone to roll out Kit Kat update to HTC One in mid-March

Update: Telstra, too! Optus and Vodafone to roll out Kit Kat update to HTC One in mid-March

Anyone looking at buying an All New One, will likely consider how HTC handles updates for older phones. Historically, the short answer is ‘not well’. Owners of the HTC One X likely still feel the pain of being told that 4.2.2 was the last version of Android the 2012 flagship would ever receive. HTC have committed to at least two[Read More…]

by 1:28 pm on March 4, 2014 9 comments Carriers, OS Update
Telstra unveils new plans and 12 month upgrade options

Telstra unveils new plans and 12 month upgrade options

Telstra has today announced a new set of plans that will launch on the 4th of March. Telstra has also advised they will launch new upgrade options for customers who like to update their phone more regularly than the standard 24 month contracts normally allow. Telstra has dubbed their new fast upgrade option – which will allow customers signing up[Read More…]

by 5:18 pm on February 20, 2014 17 comments Carriers, News
Virgin Mobile activates 4G for pre-paid customers

Virgin Mobile activates 4G for pre-paid customers

Virgin Mobile, has today announced that pre-paid users will now be able to access the Virgin Mobile 4G network, which is powered by Optus, on their 4G capable smartphone, and it’s all as simple as pushing a button – well several. From today existing Virgin Mobile customers with a 4G compatible handset will be able to activate 4G on their[Read More…]

by 2:29 pm on February 20, 2014 5 comments Carriers, News