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- How Much More Do Regional Aussies Pay For NBN Plans?
- The Cheapest Way To Buy An iPhone 7 Or iPhone 7 Plus In Australia
- The Best Android Nougat-Ready Phones You Can Buy Right Now
- Dealhacker: The Cheapest Unlimited NBN Plans In Each Australian City
- Planhacker: Every Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Plan In Australia
- Virgin's Frequent Flyer Points Are Changing: What You Need To Know
When the concept of a national broadband network (NBN) was first floated in 2009, it was meant to deliver super-fast internet to every Australian premise directly. Unfortunately, the reality has been quite different, with hundreds of thousands of households unconnected or tethered to inferior technologies.
Another notable discrepancy is price. It turns out that not all NBN customers are created equal, with some regions paying more for comparable services. We compare how much regional and metro areas pay in NSW, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, the Northern Territory, Tasmania and the ACT.
The iPhone 7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are the latest flagship smartphones from Apple and Samsung, respectively. Both are available from Telstra, Optus, Virgin on a range of 24-month plans. But which provides the best value? To find out, we compared the cheapest mobile contracts from each telco with 3GB or more of data per month. The results may surprise you.
You’ve seen the contract prices, and you might be tempted to sign up and avoid paying upfront for your shiny new iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus — but you could end up paying more for the same phone, calls and data than you need to. Here’s how much you can save by buying up-front and choosing the right prepaid plan.
Planhacker: Every Australian iPhone 7 And 7 Plus Plan From Optus, Telstra, Virgin Mobile And Vodafone
Last week, Google released Android 7 Nougat into the wild. Packed with new features like multi-window support and bundled notifications, it provides a significant boost to speed and productivity compared to Android Marshmallow. If you’re hell-bent on upgrading to the new OS this instant, we name the best — and cheapest — Android 7-ready smartphones you can buy in Australia.
The NBN might not be available everywhere, but if you live in the heart of a major Australian city you’re pretty spoiled for choice. Deciding which plan to sign up for can therefore be a bit daunting. If you require lots of data at the cheapest possible price, this roundup of unlimited NBN plans will help to narrow down your selection.