Kogan have launched their own NBN service, Kogan Internet, featuring unlimited data and month-to-month contracts. They're also spruiking an introductory offer of NBN 50 for less than $60 a month, making them one of the most affordable NBN providers in the country.
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Staying fit and active doesn't mean that you need to leave your devices at home. In fact, they can make your time out in the wild even better.
We figured we aren't the only ones who feel this way. And with Christmas coming up, we thought we would offer up some great tech solutions for your loved ones who enjoy getting off the beaten track.
This morning, Amazon finally launched its online shopping portal in Australia, putting an end to months of wild speculation and shopper anticipation. Unfortunately, the prices we're seeing aren't nearly as revolutionary as we were hoping. In fact, some of them are downright terrible.
The Kogan Agora 8 is the latest entry-level Android to promise big things in an affordable package. If it looks like a premium smartphone, acts like a premium smartphone but is the same price as a 'budget' smartphone, is it still a premium smartphone?
Not really, no. But that doesn't mean it's all bad news.
They say size matters - and when it comes to TVs, that adage definitely holds true. If 65 inches just isn't cutting it anymore, Kogan has an offer that's well worth checking out.
For a limited time, you can get its gargantuan 75-inch 4K LED TV for just $1999. That's like, 25 bucks an inch! Here are the details.
As we've stated in the past, most people do not need a $1000+ smartphone - but that doesn't mean you need to skimp on the bells and whistles. The Kogan Agora 8 is the latest entry-level Android to promise big things in an affordable package. Here are the specifications and availability.
Kogan relaunched its mobile business in late 2015 after shutting it down in 2013. This time around, the company used Vodafone as its wholesale telco provider. After just over a year, Kogan Mobile has grown so much that it exceeded its six-month revenue forecast by 83.3%, according the company's financial results for June to December 2016.
If TV manufacturers can be believed, curved panels are capable of drawing the viewer into the image in a way flatscreens don't. While once exclusive to cashed up videophiles, the technology is finally becoming affordable to mainstream consumers. At the introductory price of $749, the Kogan 55" 4K Curved LED TV is the cheapest we've seen by a huge margin. Let's take a look at the specs.