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Optus announces exclusivity on the LG G2

Optus announces exclusivity on the LG G2

This morning, Optus has announced its exclusive carriage of LG’s G2 handset which Ausdroid reviewed last month. Available in store, online and via telephone sales today, the G2 and its fancy advanced 4G features will really enjoy Optus’ 4G network. Optus advises that the LG G2 runs on Optus’ 4G Plus and 4G networks, meaning more coverage and more speed,[Read More…]

by 10:59 am on November 4, 2013 6 comments Carriers, Exclusive, News, Phones
Nexus 5: Limited local carrier availability and Retail availability looking likely

Nexus 5: Limited local carrier availability and Retail availability looking likely

The launch of the Nexus 5 this morning has seen a flurry of orders, with the 32GB Black Nexus 5 seemingly the most popular model, with Google Play reporting the lead time as ‘Dispatched from warehouse in 2 – 3 weeks’. So what alternatives will you have for getting your hands on the latest Nexus phone from Google? Telstra has[Read More…]

by 10:08 am on November 1, 2013 19 comments Carriers
LG G2 Australian availability announced – on contract with Optus and outright through retailers

LG G2 Australian availability announced – on contract with Optus and outright through retailers

LG has just announced availability for the highly anticipated LG G2 in Australia. The G2 will be launching on Optus as the exclusive carrier and through selected Australian retailers in Black and White on November 4th. The LG G2 is an absolute dream of a phone, which I personally found out when I reviewed the handset. The phone offers an[Read More…]

by 12:20 pm on October 29, 2013 12 comments Carriers, Manufacturer, Phones
Sony Xperia Z Ultra — Review

Sony Xperia Z Ultra — Review

Sony’s 6.4″ phablet dwarfs the competition, but is bigger really better? Sony‘s Xperia Z Ultra is an impressive phone – in physical size, style and technical specifications. On paper the phone looks fantastic and has probably attracted the interest of anyone who likes a large phone. But how big is too big? People scoffed at the Galaxy Note when it[Read More…]

by 8:15 am on October 28, 2013 16 comments Reviews
HTC One Max headed for Optus

HTC One Max headed for Optus

The recently launched HTC One Max looks like it will be coming to Optus, if their Google+ page is a good indicator. Optus has just posted a mini review of the One Max, indicating that an announcement for stocking the phone is looming. Optus linked on their Google+ page to a US site for the mini review, and not an Australian[Read More…]

by 8:09 pm on October 15, 2013 3 comments Carriers, News
Optus adds the $99 LG Optimus L2 II Dual SIM to their pre-paid range

Optus adds the $99 LG Optimus L2 II Dual SIM to their pre-paid range

LG Australia in partnership with Optus has today advised that the LG Optimus L2 II Dual SIM will be available at retailers from today as a pre-paid device for just $99. The introduction last year of the L Series range was a real turning point for LG, up until that point their efforts in the smartphone arena had not been[Read More…]

by 9:14 pm on October 2, 2013 0 comments Carriers, Phones
Dual-Mode Galaxy S4 arriving in Optus stores later this week

Dual-Mode Galaxy S4 arriving in Optus stores later this week

The Dual-mode version of the Galaxy S4 was announced by Optus back in August, with a launch date of Mid-September, but we’ve yet to see any followup, but today Optus advised that the dual-mode version of the Galaxy S4 will be arriving in Optus stores later this week. The new dual-mode model of the GALAXY S4 is available on the[Read More…]

by 9:05 pm on October 1, 2013 3 comments Carriers
Optus ending relationship with Woolworths Mobile – Woolworths investigating further options

Optus ending relationship with Woolworths Mobile – Woolworths investigating further options

Woolworths Mobile will no longer be able to sign up new customers to their Optus-supplied Mobile network as of tomorrow, with Optus advising that they are in the process of ending their relationship them. The Woolworths Mobile service launched in July 2011, and has been supplying customers with fairly decent plans after purchase of a $2 SIM Card. An Optus[Read More…]

by 3:02 pm on September 30, 2013 7 comments Carriers, News
LG demonstrates the G2’s Optical Image Stabilisation

LG demonstrates the G2’s Optical Image Stabilisation

An extremely witty advertisement for LG‘s incoming new superphone, the G2, focuses on the camera’s Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) feature. The G2’s 13 MP autofocus snapper on the incorporates the feature, which damps the dreaded “shaky hands”, and results in consistently sharper pictures. To demonstrate why OIS is important, LG’s attached a miniature camera to Lizzy, taking advantage of a[Read More…]

by 2:02 pm on September 28, 2013 8 comments Camera, News, Phones
Optus announce new trade-in scheme to give you credit towards your new plan

Optus announce new trade-in scheme to give you credit towards your new plan

If you’re into gadgets then chances are you have a number of Smartphones lying around gathering dust, and Optus would like to take them off your hands in exchange for giving you credit on your next Optus My Plan phone bill when you sign up to a new contract or re-contract to a postpaid mobile plan. The requirements of the[Read More…]

by 1:34 am on September 24, 2013 3 comments Carriers, Phones