Tag / Telcos

Huawei P9 to launch on Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and Virgin Mobile in July

Huawei has managed for the first time to score a space with all major Australian carriers for the launch of their flagship Huawei P9, expected early July.


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Huawei Mate 8 flagship available in Australia from May 24

Huawei’s top-tier phablet, the Huawei Mate 8 will be launching in Australia in a less than a week, and Huawei Australia has today released pricing and availability details.


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Optus introduces 12 month ‘New Phone Trade Up’ for $99 with latest My Plan Plus plans


With new smartphones releasing each year, Optus is now jumping on the bandwagon to offer customers 12 month upgrades, and the telco’s latest plans do away with cancellation fees.


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Australian pricing for Galaxy S7 and S7 edge through carriers

The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge is now available for pre-order in the lead up to its release on 11 March, and now we understand what price you can expect to pay on through the main carriers.


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Vodafone’s new flagship Sydney store will offer exclusive deals for a limited time


Vodafone has today opened up shop in prime real estate of Sydney’s CBD, at Pitt Street Mall and for a limited time, a number of deals are available in store.


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Vodafone 4G rollout continues in Queensland

In their continued efforts to bolster the quality of their network, Vodafone has announced it has completed the refarming of its 850MHz spectrum throughout Queensland.


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Vodafone to launch 15GB Red plan, available as 20GB offer until November

Data is ever becoming a factor which influences which carrier we choose to go with and today, Vodafone is heeding the calls of folks who just need more with the introduction of their new $130 Red plan.


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ACMA bans use of ‘Cap’ – Australians to save $1.5 Billion annually

A recent public inquiry which was run by the ACMA found that the overall annual cost incurred by people who choose the wrong mobile plan which doesnt suit their needs amounts to over $1.5 billion AUD. Unfortunately the costs are not limited to the consumers. The complaints process amounts to around 108 million dollars and telcos suffer around 113 million dollars a year writing off bad debts incurred by customers who can not afford to pay the bill.

As a result the Telecommunications Consumer Protection Code (TCP) was announced earlier today, and will act as a firm set of guidelines for all Australian telcos. These guidelines will advise major telecomunication gucompanies on how to conduct themselves around customers in order ...