Telstra has predicted a new New Year's Eve record for data usage on its mobile network, with 2300TB to be used.
Telstra predicts Aussies will download 1500 TB of data on its mobile network this New Year’s Eve period, "the equivalent of one person continuously watching 57 years of high definition content".
Back during NYE 2015, Telstra made some massive predictions, but on NYE 2016, such predictions are unsurprisingly being surpassed again – but not for text messages.
From 12.30am to 4am on 1 January 2016, Uber warns that surge pricing will apply, so here’s Uber’s tips to deal with getting home safely.
Australians will once again turn to their phones to ring in, text in and bring in the New Year, with some pretty big numbers predicted.
In 2014, Telstra was trumpeting a drone extravaganza for its NYE 2014 app, but in NYE 2015 Telstra’s going back to basics.
Australia’s biggest telco, Telstra, has seen ‘a new record’ set over the two day NYE 2014 and NYD 2015 period compared to the same timeframe last year.
Uber expects to deliver over 2 million rides tonight in what it expects will be its ‘busiest night ever’, so expect surge pricing and consider splitting your fare.
Telstra’s specially-built NYE drone will capture 360 degree views of the Sydney Harbour fireworks to be streamed ‘post event’ to the world, free, through its free Sydney NYE Telstra App.
It’s Vodafone’s turn for a massive NYE night, with 11 million SMS to be delivered, 4.5 million voice calls to come and lots of extra staff!
Optus has finally released voice and SMS stats for Christmas to Boxing Day 2014, rising from 2013 by 3%, voice calls by 5% and a huge rise in data.
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