Singtel Optus has become the first to offer access to a 5G mobile service to its wholesale postpaid partners, with the telco announcing on Monday that all mobile virtual network operators who resold its offering could enable and buy its 5G services.
With top of the line smartphones costing anywhere from $1500 to $2500 and beyond, and with smartphones lasting longer than ever thanks to OS and security updates, safely buying second hand via the security of a refurbished model can be a totally smart saving.
MVNOs have been successful on price, value and growth, but even as major telcos fight back with contracts to buy iPhone X, Note 8 and others, the threat of TPG's upcoming new network means continued growth will need true innovation and value, and not price alone.
Slowing revenue growth and very lean revenue forecasts for next year means that the ‘fortune’ of Australia’s telcos are now less about attracting new customers as in retaining existing ones with more generous data caps and the reliability of network infrastructure, according to one telecoms analyst firm.
Mobile penetration across Australia has soared to 137% of the country alongside a slowing in the number of mobile subscribers in recent years.
Telstra, the dominant player in the phone market, is not having it all its own way in the battle for marketshare supremacy against major competitors Optus and Vodafone.
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