Update: Crazy John’s have told me, that they have had the X8 available for $169 for a few weeks now, so hit them up and grab one, if you wish. It’s old, it’s late but it’s cheap. Vodafone are due to launch the Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 on their network on both pre- and post-paid. Starting at $0 upfront on the $19 Cap and $45 Infinite plans, and only $169 on pre-paid, the little 3.2 megapixel, 3″ touch screen handset, is certainly priced by it’s age. Optus picked up the handset almost 6 months ago, now Vodafone are following the[Read More...]
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Well , well, well, what do we have here? A roadmap of sorts? Yes indeedy we do. The roadmap appears to have been leaked from Brightpoint, who is one of the largest suppliers of telecommunication hardware here in Australia and around the world. They are also the supplier for all VHA stock in Australia, but enough of that, let’s get into it. The roadmap shows upcoming devices (along with RRP) from LG, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Huawei and Alcatel, and runs from March to July, which is basically the whole of Q2. Hit the break for the juice.
Vodafone have just announced via their blog that Nexus S stock has hit stores and now available for purchase. The Android 2.3 toting device will set you back $70/mo on Vodafone’s Infinite Caps, but hey, if you’re a real Android fan this is your kind of phone. Our review unit will be in Chris’ hands any day now, so if you’re after our review, it’ll be out soon. Hit the source link to head over to Vodafone’s blog.
As you know, last night Lucas and Buzz stayed up, with caffeinated beverages at hand, going through the 160-odd entries we had for our Nexus S competition run with Vodafone and Samsung. We selected our favourite entries which demonstrated creativity and best captured the essence of Android’s newest platform, Android 2.3 aka Gingerbread. We stuffed those entries in an envelope, and ran it over to Vodafone in North Sydney for them to select a final winner. Vodafone have just run back to us (it’s a long run from North Sydney to the Ausdroid office) and dropped off the winning envelope.[Read More...]
With the Google Nexus S available for purchase online from both Vodafone & Crazy John’s, the price war between these two friendly companies begins. Chances are you haven’t yet looked in great detail at what each plan from these companies comes with, so we’ve done it for you, so you can choose which plan suits you. If you’re not currently aware, Crazy John’s uses the Vodafone network, so keep that in mind also. We’ve compared a cap from both Voda & CJ’s that they recommend you sign up to. Hit the break to see our comparison.
Although this bad boy might not yet be available in stores just yet, you can now purchase it online through Vodafone’s web store. As you can see in the image above their most popular plan for users is $65/mo + $5/mo mobile repayments, which is a fair punch to the hip-pocket. We’ll be receiving our Nexus S review unit very soon, so if you’re not up to signing your life away for 24 months because you’re unsure about the device, hold tight and Chris will give you the best and worst of the device. If you’re wanting to get your[Read More...]
A week or so ago Vodafone told us that the Desire Z would be coming soon. Well, it seems Christmas has come early (so to speak), and the Desire Z has now been released on Vodafone. The Desire Z will be available on a range of Vodafone Infinite and Ultimate plans with varying handset installments, though good picks seem to be the $49 cap with $5 a month repayment, or the $65 Infinite plan with no repayments. When we reviewed the Desire Z back in November last, we really enjoyed it. It’s fast, snappy, and the physical keyboard was really[Read More...]
A few weeks ago we thought we had Vodafone’s Nexus S pricing – turns out we weren’t quite on the money. However, we now have Vodafone’s official announcement – the Samsung Nexus S will be available for pre-order from this Friday at 9am online only. The Nexus S will be available on both Vodafone’s Infinite and Cap plans, as set out in the table below: Of course, if the thought of paying for a Nexus S doesn’t appeal to you, you can get one for free – just win our Vodafone Nexus S competition! Check out the pricing announcement on[Read More...]
So how about this, mere hours after we showed you the leaked video of the Xperia Arc on Vodafone, Gizmodo AU have confirmed that the Xperia Arc is indeed headed to Vodafone (duh) and Optus as well. The latter makes sense seeing as though it is in the current Allphones catalogue as ‘coming soon’. Sony Ericsson did tell us that it would land here within 3 months, so that April release date fits perfectly. Neither Carrier have released specifics such as release day or pricing, just yet. If you’re not up for waiting a month to get your hands on[Read More...]
So we just happened to be browsing the internetz when we stumbled upon an interesting YouTube video that is currently listed as private — meaning you can only view it if you have the URL. What is it? It’s a walk-through of Sony Ericsson’s upcoming Xperia Arc which we recently saw as ‘coming soon’ in Allphones’ catalogue. The video was uploaded by none other than Vodafone Australia, so putting two and two together tells us that this baby is headed to Vodafone in the near future. The video gives you a quick viewing of the 4.2″ Bravia powered display as[Read More...]
The second in Ausdroid’s series of app reviews is here and today we’re looking at two apps – Vodafone Usage and Vodafone Usage Plus. As anyone with a smartphone of any kind will tell you, data is king. Android phones are no different, and depending on your usage pattern, there’s a good chance you’re going to be using a good amount of data, and while mobile plans these days include more and more data, it’s not unlimited, and you need to stay on top of your usage unless paying excess data usage costs is not much of an issue for[Read More...]
Recently you may have read that Samsung is feeling the heat from Apple’s iPad 2 announcement. They said something along the lines of their product [Galaxy Tab 10.1] is somewhat inadequate in terms of design and price point. Samsung never gave any indication that they were going back to the drawing board to make the Galaxy Tab 10.1 lighter or cheaper, until now. Sammy have spoken to a Korean news site and confirmed that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is on schedule, meaning this beast won’t have any radical new design at all as it has already passed the FCC. What[Read More...]
You know what sucks? Owning a high-end Android device that’s running a version of the OS that is 2 jumps behind the latest version. To make Aussie Galaxy S owners even angrier, it’s the Carriers who are holding up progress — surprise, surprise. So this news isn’t going to go down well to owners of the Samsung Galaxy S who are running 2.1. A leaked build of Android 2.3.2 (Gingerbread) has hit the web and is ready to be flashed to your device if you’ve already rooted it you know your way around ODIN. The leaked build is a little[Read More...]