Circles.Life, the digital telco that is making waves in Australia with its generous data deals, is launching what it suggests could be "Australia’s best value smartphone bundles" - allowing Aussies to save hundreds of dollars on the hottest new Samsung phones.
Apple's all-in-one subscription bundles are now available, offering real savings for those who want Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, iCloud, Apple News+ and the upcoming Apple Fitness+ at a better price than buying individually.
PlayStation Australia has announced its Limited Edition Marvel’s Spider-man PlayStation 4 Pro and PS4 bundles in Amazing Red and the iconic Spider-man logo.
Those with long memories know Telstra once offered unlimited data nearly two decades ago, but in 2017, plans $99 and above go unlimited while others get a doubling of data.
Microsoft has announced four new Xbox One S bundles, with "Deep Blue" and "Storm Grey" the new Xbox One S colours to tempt you into upgrading.
Suggesting its cheaper to fly to the UK to watch a single Premier League game than it is to subscribe to the Optus EPL 24-month bundle, Choice says Optus puts football fans offside.
TPG has announced the release of its NBN business bundles, targeted at the small business market.
Back in February, Optus dropped its unlimited broadband bundles to $90 per month, but its new July unlimited broadband bundles cost $95 or $115.
Telstra’s new nationwide Wi-Fi network is dubbed ‘Air’, bringing with it better value bundles offering many more gigabytes and easy W-Fi access away from home.
Promising ‘an unprecedented number of ways’ for its customers to access premium content and quench our thirst for entertainment across multiple devices, Telstra is offering its customers ‘the lot’.
New home phone and internet bundles from Optus include Fetch TV.
Windows used to come bundled with MSN Messenger all those years ago, and Microsoft today confirmed Windows 8.1 would come with Skype, its spiritual successor.
EA is probably the world's 'most hated' gaming company yet it's come up with a real winner today; a new 'pay what you want' bundle with all proceeds going to charity.
Like gaming, and have a spare million dollars lying around? Saints Row 4's 'Super Dangerous Wad Wad Edition' might just be for you.
A survey of UK broadband users undertaken by comparison web site, Cable.co.uk claims to have show that users will forego bundles and lower prices for higher broadband speeds.
There's been a recent rash of ISP plans offering a monthly data quota of a terabyte or more. Now Internode claims it has the first "true" terabyte plan.
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