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!
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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!
Circles.Life has extended its super-cheap 100GB SIM-only deal to the end of the week. If you sign up before 17 November, you can get a 100GB plan with unlimited calls and text for just $28 per month. There's no lock-in contract and the deal lasts for 12 whole months. Unbelievable! Here are the details.
Telstra has long been the go-to provider for rural Australians due to its larger network footprint. However, new research shows Optus 4G mobile connections are faster and more available in regional and remote Australia. But Telstra says the numbers don't tell the whole story. So who is telling the truth?
If you've been eyeing up the Galaxy S10e - AKA Samsung's best bang-for-buck smartphone - Optus has a deal that's definitely worth checking out. For a limited time, you can get the phone on a 30GB plan for just $59 a month. The deal also comes with a free pair of Galaxy Bud headphones valued at $249! Here are the details.
The iPhone 11 has barely been out five minutes, but Optus is already selling it at a tasty discount. For a limited time you can get the 64GB Pro model with a generous 100GB data cap for just $99 per month! That's easily the best bang-for-buck deal we've seen from any telco. Here are the details.
If you're on the lookout for a new internet plan and can't get good, fast NBN, Optus has a new deal that's well worth considering. For a limited time, you can score three free months of wireless broadband when you sign up for 24 months. That works out to around $63 a month and a saving of $255! Here are the details.
Optus is finally rolling out 5G home broadband to suburbs that are covered by the network. Prices start at $70 per month - and they come with unlimited data!
If you're considering this as an NBN alternative, here's an extra incentive to help get you over the line: if your plan doesn't receive the speeds promised by Optus, you can instantly break contract without any cancellation fees. Here are the details.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is now officially available for buy in Australia. With prices starting at $1499, most customers will be snapping up the device on a plan so they can pay it off in increments. Here are all the available plans from Vodafone, Optus, Telstra and Woolworths Mobile - along with our own personal picks.
While many Retail Service Providers (RSPs) have had their reputations tarnished through the rollout of the NBN, one company seems to have thrived. Aussie Broadband, which was formed through the amalgamation of Wideband Networks and Westvic Broadband, is often mentioned in positive terms by customers saying their service and performance are excellent.
But what about value for money? Let's see how Aussie Broadband's plans stack up against some of the big boys.
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.
In a few hours' time, Tottenham Hotspur will take on the mighty Liverpool in the 2019 UEFA Champions League Final. It will be the Reds' ninth final overall while the Spurs will be hoping to win in their debut final.
Here are all the ways to watch the UEFA Champions League Final in Australia - live, online and free.