Six Online Deals You Need To Know About In Australia Today

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G'day! Here are some cracking online bargains for Lifehacker readers, including: Up to 50% off Beats audio, cheap 4K spy cams, 60% off at Lovehoney and more!

1. 60% off at Lovehoney: Adult shop Lovehoney is throwing a Summer Sale with a cool 60% off bestselling toys, lubricants and lingerie. You can also nab an extra $5 off if you create a Lovehoney membership account. (Note: Site probably NSFW.) Click here!

2. Cheap NBN plans: Australian telcos are currently embroiled in an NBN price war, which is good news for consumers. Telstra, MyRepbulic, Tangerine and Internode are all running discounts for a limited time. Here are the plans.

3. Beats & Apple sale: Catch has slashed up to 50% off Beats audio and Apple computing products. This includes a wide range of noise-cancelling headphones, MacBooks and iPads. Click here to see the deals!

4. Cheap 4K spycams: SZMDLX has knocked 20% off its Mini 4K Camera, which brings the total down to $54.10. The unit comes with Motion Detection, Night Vision and has its own rechargeable battery. (There are loads more options on Amazon's website.) Click here!

5. Nutrition and supplements: Planning to get ripped this summer? Amazon is running a sale on supplements. There are loads of protein powders to choose from along with miscellaneous vitamins. Click here!

6. 55% off Oral B Genius 9000 Electric Toothbrush: eBay is selling Oral B's Genius 9000 Electric Toothbrush for $163.93 - down from $349! To get the full discount, use the code 'POOL3' at checkout. Click here!


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    NBN Supercheap in Australia are you joking? We as per usual are being ripped big time check other countries broadband pricing for example USA $19.00 per month unlimited plans!!! NO term contract. As for speeds South Korea had Australia's speeds of today ten years ago. Living in the stone age here paying 2020 prices unfortunately.

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