Lunchtime Wrap: iPhone Pricing & Local TV

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Apple Sets Australian Price For iPhone 4 We know the iPhone 4 goes on sale this Friday, and now we know how much it costs. If you buy the 16GB model direct from Apple, it will cost $859, according to a press release sent from Apple late on Monday night.

Telstra Announces Raft Of iPhone 4 Deals Telstra has become the first carrier to reveal plan pricing for the iPhone 4, offering the phone on its $49, $79 and $99 cap plans (as well as a number of others) when the phone goes on sale in Australia this Friday.

Optus iPhone 4 Plans No Longer Punish Tethering Optus has followed Telstra in announcing its iPhone 4 plans, with a good selection of options on offer and no sign whatsoever of the “tethering charge” which it controversially promoted for the iPhone 3GS.

How To Choose The Right Android ROM For You There are tons of great reasons to root your Android phone, but once you do, you’ll likely be overwhelmed with all the custom ROM options out there. Here’s how to go about finding the one that fits your needs.

How TV Networks Bend To The Local Content Rules Australian-produced TV shows are consistently the highest-rating programs, but local networks still have to be coerced into producing some of them. Why the imbalance?


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