Good tidings we bring, to you and your SIM! The festive period is always a great time to bag a bargain, and there's no exceptions when it comes to phone plans. If you're after a new smartphone or even just a new plan, we've picked out of some of our favourite Christmas telco deals and offers.
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The "budget" iPhone XR is finally available to buy in Australia! In addition to buying outright from Apple, the device is available on a range of telco plans from Australia's leading telcos. Here are all the iPhone XR plans from Telstra, Vodafone and Optus.
The merger of TPG and Vodafone is all about creating a competitor big enough to grab market share from the two market leaders, Telstra and Optus. The $15 billion company will face up against $51 billion at Telstra. Here's how the two companies compare.
Vodafone Australia and TPG have ended a week of speculation by confirming plans to merge into a $15 billion company. The combined company reckons it will be powerful enough to take on the twin Goliaths of Telstra and Optus - but the numbers tell a different story when it comes to broadband.
Virgin Mobile is not long for this world. Over the next two years, parent company Optus will be phasing out the brand and is likely to move all customers to its own network. So why stick around?
Here are the best equivalent plans from Virgin Mobile's rivals - many of which boast better data allowances and pricing. Make the switch now.
Unlimited data. Imagine all the things you could do with it. You could binge-watch your favourite Netflix show on your mobile. You could binge-watch some YouTube videos on your mobile! You could even binge-watch Facebook memes on. Your. Mobile!
With the way we use our phones dramatically changing - and other telcos getting in on the act - Vodafone have today (also) unveiled new Unlimited Data Plans.
For all those people wandering around our great Australian cities and spewing they can't watch a streaming video over 4G because of network access and congestion - we've found a place where you can get access to a brand new 4G network that isn't being hammered. The downside - you'll need to travel about 384,000km to get there. Nokia and Vodafone are teaming up to put 4G on the moon.
Most people have a pretty strong opinion about their telco. Some love their provider and wouldn't consider switching to a competitor, others hate certain telcos and will never do business with them again.
The problem with being rusted-on to a provider based on reputation is that you may never give thought to plan switching. You definitely should.