The mobile telco with the worst name and the best deals has just struck again: for a limited time, Circle.Life is adding a bonus 20GB to its SIM plans. Here are the details!
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Telstra used to be the "boujee" network for cashed-up boomers. If you were under 40 (and not living rurally), you'd usually go with someone cheaper.
But that perception is starting to change. In recent months, Telstra has reinvented itself as a genuinely affordable provider - and it just knocked a further $10 off prepaid plans to cement its position further. Here are the details!
Optus has gone and "done a Telstra". This week, the telco announced massive changes to its mobile phone business with all existing plans replaced by a core suite of pre-built and BYO options. Here are the plans!
Most people have never heard of Circles.Life - an MVNO operating off Optus' 4G network. But we reckon that's about to change. To ring in Black Friday, it's offering 20GB of data - plus three bonus gigabytes if you go over - for just $18 per month. Crucially, the plan is contract-free so you can cancel at any time. Here are the details!
You might not have really thought about getting a phone plan from the same place you get your groceries, but Woolworths Mobile has made a name for itself thanks to a great range of high value options. In fact, Woolies is the only provider other than Big T that sells phones on the Telstra network, making it a great choice if you want a new device for just a little less.
If you had to pick just one word to describe Telstra, it would probably be “expensive”. Big T might often be considered Australia’s best mobile network, but that privilege costs you a pretty penny. However, there are also plenty of smaller providers powered by Telstra, which can get you the coverage you crave without breaking the bank.
The Galaxy Note 10 is right around the corner, with Samsung set to unveil its big new phone on August 8. However, if you're not keen on waiting, now might be a good time to pull a trigger on a Galaxy S10 or even a Note 9. Telstra and Optus are both running some great Samsung-centric deals across Galaxy devices right now. Here are some of our favourites.
Telstra's post-paid mobile plans now consist of just five options, after the telco completely overhauled its phone and internet offerings. The new plans are all month-to-month with no lock-in and no excess data fees, and are identical aside from the amount of included data.
Telstra has completely transformed its phone business. Yesterday, it axed more than 1800 active plans and will now offer just four core options to consumers. However, customers can now tailor their plan with a variety of add-ons and extras, with hundreds of possible combinations to choose from. Here's the full list of new options.
Telstra just changed its 5G phone lineup, with all existing plans disappearing from its website. In their place are four contract-free options that dispense with extras goodies in a bid to keep prices down.
If you're keen to get on Telstra's 5G network, here are your new options.
Telstra has been consolidating its mobile plans for a while now. Today, it took another bold step, with four new contract-free plans set to replace everything else. These new plans, theoretically, simplify things for customers. But do you lose anything by going contract-free? And what are the benefits? Let's take a look.
This is not a drill. Optus is selling 100GB mobile plans for just $45 a month. That's a data increase of 25% and a saving of $60 over the course of a 12 month contract! You can also score extra data on its $40 SIM-only plan. Here are the details.
We’re deep in the throes of smartphone season, with many of the year’s biggest handsets either already on shelves or mere months away. The Galaxy S10, the OPPO Reno and the Pixel 3a are all excellent upgrades, to name just a few. But of course, a new smartphone is a bit useless without a SIM card inside.
Vodafone just boosted its 4G mobile network in NSW by converting the 2100MHz spectrum (which currently used by 3G devices) for use in the 4G network. The upshot of this is that more than two million additional Aussies now have access to Vodafone's mobile network. If you've been stuck in a Telstra-only land, now is a good time to make the switch. Here's how much money you can save.
There was a time when 60GB of mobile data from Telstra would have cost you well over $100. Those days are no longer. In its latest price blitz, the telco has knocked its SIM-only plans down to just $59 when you sign up to a 12-month contract.
You also get a bonus 30GB of data per month, bringing the total to 60GB. Nice! Here's everything you get with the plan.