The Google Pixel 3 doesn't go on sale until November 1 - but pre-order plans are already popping up on Australia's telco sites. Here are the best bang-for-buck plans from Telstra, Vodafone and Optus that you can purchase today.
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Today, Google unveiled two new flagship smartphones rocking Android Pie straight out of the box - Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. While they won't actually be hitting store shelves until November 1, you can pre-order either phone right now. Here are the links for Australian eager beavers!
After months of relentless leaks, the Google Pixel 3 has officially launched - and for the first time ever, it's available on the Optus network. Here are the plans!
Back in July, Optus doubled the data on all SIM only plans. Now it's doing the same to most 24-month postpaid handset plans - including iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max! Here are the details.
NBN provider MyRepublic has been ordered by the ACCC to pay penalties totalling $25,200 for alleged false or misleading representations about its NBN service performance. The ACCC said MyRepublic marketed its NBN services using statements such as “up to nbn100 Speed Tier” and “nbn50 Speed Tier” but that fine print disclaimers were ineffective as they were not prominent and did not provide clear information.
As Aussie football fans fume over Optus Sport's unreliable FIFA World Cup streaming from Russia, Optus admits it underestimated the challenges of playing on the world stage. Optus insists it didn't skimp on the backend infrastructure required to stream World Cup matches to the nation. So what went wrong?
Last week, the Federal Court of Australia directed 49 ISPs to block access to websites that are engaged in providing pirated TV shows and movies. The action launched by Foxtel is all about curbing access to some of its centrepiece shows such as Game of Thrones and Wentworth. But what does the ruling mean and will it have wider repercussions?
On Monday evening, Optus sheepishly relinquished its World Cup streaming rights to SBS for 48 hours as it attempted to sort out its beleaguered network. (Insert "own goal" gag here.) Now, the telco has agreed to let SBS broadcast every match during the group stage. In addition, you will be able to access the same matches on the Optus Sport app for free. Here are the details!
The match times for World Cup fixtures this year are a little less punishing for Aussie fans then they were four years ago, but if you're like me, you'll still probably watch some of the earlier games on your phone from the cosy comfort of bed.