You’ve been able to buy the Telstra 4G mobile broadband dongle on contract since last September. Now it’s also available as a prepaid device for $129 (which includes 3GB of data). Telstra is also rolling out its first 4G tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.94G: Alex over at Giz has full details of that one. [Telstra]
Telstra 4G Mobile Broadband Dongle Goes Prepaid
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