Optus says it’s putting an end to ‘data worry’, not by making wireless data super cheap or plentiful, but by letting you pool and share data.
Vodafone has kicked off the new year in style, adding mobile broadband hotspots and dongles to its 'lightning-fast' 4G data network.
Web-only electronics retailer Kogan has revealed a new version of its Smart TV HDMI Dongle, this time with a quad-core CPU for better performance.
Telstra today announced a 4G USB dongle that can connect up to five WiFi devices, building on Telstra's plan to give two thirds of the Aussie population access to 4G coverage.
Billion has added to its range of 'fibre ready' ADSL routers (ie, they incorporate an Ethernet WAN port as well as an ADSL2+ modem) with the release of the BiPAC 7800NXL.
A forthcoming smart TV dongle from Kogan will include a trial 'all you can view' Quickflix subscription.
You don't have to upgrade your set or install a bulky add-on unit to watch Internet content on your TV.
Although Optus is far faster this time at getting its customers ready for a faster wireless future with its own LTE plans, Telstra is yet again on the ball and on the money with its targeted, yet still rather broad 2011 LTE launch - and boy oh boy is the service FAST!
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