Telstra has dropped the price on its Turbo Next G prepaid dongle for wireless broadband access, introducing a new $89 model that includes a rotating USB connector so you can plug it in at any angle you fancy.
Telstra previously charged $129 for its older, non-rotating Turbo prepaid USB dongle (which, oddly, still remains on sale). The starter data bundle has also been upped from 1GB to 2GB.
You can still purchase the $79 non-Turbo prepaid model, but with only $10 the difference, going for the potentially speedier model seems a no-brainer. To see how Telstra’s recharge pricing (which hasn’t changed) compares to its rivals, check out our Planhacker prepaid wireless broadband guide.