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Telstra and TPG are Australia's largest internet providers, but they're almost polar opposites. TPG built its reputation as a budget broadband provider. Telstra is anything but cheap. This is reflected in their NBN plans. So which provider is better when it comes to speed and bang-for-buck?

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Samsung has just unleashed the S20 series on the world, and goddamn, phones got expensive. As impressive as the Galaxy S20 range seems, it sure isn't affordable, with outright prices starting at $1349. What you need is an affordable plan with enough data to get you through each month.

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Fun fact: Belong is quite literally 'budget Telstra'. Telstra runs Belong as its discount mobile and internet brand, and in many cases, undercuts its mainline products. Belong even has some of the cheapest plans available on the Telstra network, with options starting at $10 per month. Here's how each plan compares.

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Fun fact: there are over a hundred NBN providers. These can range from small mom-and-pop style businesses to behemoths like Telstra, and then there's everyone in between. While this might sound overwhelming, more telcos means more competition. And more competition means better prices.

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Sick of searching for NBN plans? Wish someone would just tell you which plan to pick? Every week at WhistleOut, we review over 1400 plan documents across the telco space in order to find the plans with the best value. Here’s our current winner.

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If you had to pick a single word to describe Telstra, it would probably be “expensive”. Big T might often be considered Australia’s best mobile network, but you’re certainly paying for it.

There are however plenty of smaller telcos powered by the Telstra network; some who you'll be familiar with, some who you won't. These providers tend to offer the same basic service as Telstra, but often at a cheaper price.

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Picking a new phone plan can be confusing, especially if you're going down the SIM-only route. New providers are popping up all the time, and it can feel like plans are changing on a daily basis. There's a lot to consider.

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There's been a whole heap of new smartphones hitting stores lately, and in turn, we're seeing discounts on handsets that launched a little earlier in the year. But regardless of whether you're after a fresh-out-of-the-factory handset like the Pixel 4 or something a little older like a Galaxy S10+, there are plenty of great offers around. With that in mind, we're going to have a look at the best plans for some of the year's best phones.

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If you're after an NBN plan you'll actually like, you should pay attention to the latest Roy Morgan Internet Service Provider Customer Satisfaction survey. Released recently, the survey polled almost 15,000 Australians (over the age of 14) as to how happy they were with their current internet provider. Here are the results.