If you want more byte for your buck, then ALDImobile is hoping to tempt you into switching across to its Telstra-powered network.
More than five million Australian grocery buyers — or 31% of the nation's grocery buyers — would consider buying groceries online in the next year, up over 800,000 from a year ago, according to newly published research.
Aldi's well-known special buys change twice a week, and on 23 March, it is unleashing two TVs, glittering rechargeable batteries, a Nokia smartphone, 128GB MicroSD card, CD Hi-Fi system, Bluetooth headphones and more.
Just sell the whole thing to Telstra already. It can't get any worse.
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