The battle for the hearts, minds and wallets of pre-paid mobile phone users is raging, with Boost, Amaysim, Ovo and now Kogan Mobile upgrading data allowances in a big way.
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Online retailer Kogan has seen its shares fall by about a third on Monday, with a drop to $3.11, losing $1.53.
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