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Dear Lifehacker, I see a lot of mobile plans that provide unlimited calls and text plus a (varying) chunk of data. They seem to be mostly around the $40 mark. All the ones I’ve looked at invariably say “Personal Use Only”. Are there similar plans for business? The usage (in our case) is not excessive but we’d like a fixed monthly cost.
A battle between fast-food giant Hungry Jack’s and a single Central Coast burger joint over the use of the name ‘Whopper’ has ignited social media in recent days. Everyone loves a David versus Goliath narrative, but is it really credible that someone opening a store less than 20 years ago was entirely ignorant of the use of the Whopper brand by Hungry Jack’s and Burger King?
Showrooming is the strategy used by every cost-conscious shopper these days: checking out goods for suitability at a physical retail store, but then shopping online to find the best deal. It’s difficult for any Australian to compete on price with a giant like Amazon.com, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Here’s what to do (including why price matching is a bad idea).