Telstra's highest BYO plan, the L plan for $89 per month over 12 months, looks very compelling, especially for frequent international travellers who hate Telstra's $10 per day roaming charge.
Telstra has a new 15GB plan for $49 with "peace of mind" data, offered on the Telstra 24x7 app, not listed on the website, and it's great – but it has an annoying catch.
Renaming the unlimited data portion of select new plans as "peace of mind data" that eliminates excess usage charges, there are of course still some limits but the new plans are the best Telstra has ever offered.
Telstra hasn’t shouted out about its new casual, month-to-month post-paid plans from the rooftops, but I found them online – and I signed up! Here's why.
The deployment of secure and custom apps is growing rapidly and iOS still takes the lion's share of the secure corporate market, according to a new report from Good Technology.
Organisations have not been listening carefully to security messages, according to F5 Networks APAC director of product and business intelligence Kuna Nallappan.
Mighty underdog iiNet has proven it wants to be taken seriously in the mobile sector, today launching super-affordable 4G mobile plans packed with no lock-in contracts.
Optus has announced a range of SIM-only month-to-month plans for customers who already have a phone, finally joining the likes of Vodafone and Telstra.
Information security consultancy Pure Hacking reckons Australian organisations are underestimating the risk of data leakage when employees connect personal devices to corporate networks.
It should come as no surprise that growing numbers of employees expect to use their own smartphones and tablets for work. But IT managers are apparently struggling to keep track of what's going on.
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