Telstra Drops Pricing On Mobile Broadband Devices

It is a truth universally acknowledged that prepaid mobile broadband dongles and hotspots get cheaper pretty quickly. Telstra has cut pricing on its prepaid Elite Wi-Fi Hotspot and USB dongles, slicing $30 off the former and $20 off the latter.

The hotspot has dropped in price from $129 to $99, while the dongle version is down from $99 to $79. Whichever model you favour, that’s a good saving, though dongles from rival providers remain cheaper (you can usually locate one under $50 and supermarkets regularly sell them for half that price).


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