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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.


As we recently demonstrated, most people do not need to fork out for a high-end smartphone. But dang if they aren't beautiful to look at.

One of the best of the bunch is Samsung's Galaxy S10 - and it's currently going for surprisingly cheap on the Telstra network. For a limited time, you can score $648 off the RRP with plans starting at just $80 per month. Here are the details!


Google's fourth-generation Pixel is now available to purchase in Australia. Like the Nexus range before it, the Google Pixel 4 is the ultimate Android smartphone, providing instant OS updates, peerless photography software and the latest Google apps.

It's also more affordable than the equivalent flagships from Apple and Samsung. Here are all the best plans from Telstra, Optus and Vodafone with links to buy!


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?


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.


The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are now available to buy in Australia. If you're keen to get one on a plan, there are a lot of offers to choose from. Here are all the options from Vodafone, Optus and Telstra!


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.


We don't have truly unlimited data mobile plans in Australia, but we've got a few options that come close. One of these is Telstra's 'Peace of Mind' data, a plan feature that’s now available across almost the entire Telstra mobile range. In the process, it has effectively killed the concept of excess data fees.


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.


The NBN has never been popular with everyday Australians because many have found it unreliable and overpriced. What's more surprising is that Australia's biggest telco, Telstra, also isn't too fond of the network and has announced it's going to try and make pricing better for everyone.


Yesterday, numerous businesses and services around NSW and Queensland reported outages for their EFTPOS and ATM machines. What was initially thought to be an outage affecting one or two major banks turned out to be a system-wide issue. The problems also extended to other states and territories.

In short, Australia's entire cashless network went down for several hours — and it looks like Telstra is to blame.