OPPO has for some time been affiliated with bringing to market high quality devices at prices that appeal to the general masses, and the latest OPPO F1s is no exception, now available through Optus.
OPPO F1s is a follow up to the OPPO F1 which launched earlier this year and while the F1s was actually made available only a couple of months back, it’s Optus that’s managed to once again claim OPPO’s premium mid-range handset, as they had just over half a year ago with the original OPPO F1.
Vodafone introduces unlimited standard calls and text across all plans, increases data on some plans
Vodafone are looking to draw more consumers in by both offering unlimited standard nationals calls and texts for all new prepaid, postpaid and business plans, as well as going toe-to-toe with one of its biggest competitors with data at the higher end.
The move comes as the telco sets its sights on consumers who’ve been hit by bill shock, be it through burning through the allowed credit, or exceeding data limits. In addition to the unlimited goodness, those signing up to a $60 or above Red plan or SIM only plan can enjoy 120 minutes of international calls to select countries per month, including: China, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, NZ, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, UK and USA. Those on a ...
This morning, we had the opportunity to sit down with Brad Reed and Josh Corin of LG Electronics Australia to discuss the “refresh” of its popular Optimus L Series handsets, dubbed the L Series II, along with its newly announced, and soon to be launched Optimus F5 4G (of the 4G F Series). If you’d like to play a drinking game with us, the word to look out for is “Optimus”.
Early into our session, Brad and Josh told us that the Optimus G will remain the “hero” device here in Australia for the time being, and that while their handsets are in admittedly limited numbers, that they strive to continue making their handsets the very best. They commented on ...