Two days ago, the NBN Co, that august organisation which is building the national broadband network, issued a media statement listing the first areas in the country which would get the means to upgrade to fibre as outlined in September.
There was a time when HTC’s One was “the number one” – now that designation has moved to the mid-range “with benefits” with the HTC One X10 at $549 outright or as little as $5 per month on a plan.
At 9am today, Vodafone Australia is promising to call up some telco fireworks, telling the media to prepare for ‘one briefing you won’t want to miss!’
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