Boost Mobile's new 10-year network agreement with Telstra provides "significant expansion opportunities for Australia’s fastest growing independently owned mobile brand" and ensures a bright future for the youth-focused brand.
Ok, so the creative renaming of the ACCC is my idea, and not Adderton’s, but Peter has done the sums, and clearly, the communications competition conundrum isn’t adding up - why were there no consumer protections put in when the TPG and Vodafone merger was approved?
Boost Mobile is the best of the telcos using the Telstra network, with competitive plans offering plenty of data, data rollover, data-free Apple Music, unlimited calls and texts and international call inclusions, too - and with its Refurb Shop, Boost has great prices for refurb tech that's definitely worth upgrading to.
Increasing from a 5Mbps speed capped limit to a whopping and quadrupled "up to 20Mbps" speed capped limit for otherwise unlimited data usage, TPG's felix mobile service just made itself even more attractive.
It has been 20 years since Boost Mobile launched, becoming a massive brand in the US and a great success in Australia too, supporting a range of sports but also by offering and even pioneering genuinely competitive offers on Australia's best network.
Mobile virtual network operator Boost Mobile claims telecommunications carriers in Australia are holding back on supporting eSIMs as they may well end up losing customers.
Boost Mobile founder and chief executive Peter Adderton has urged the ACCC to reject the proposed merger between Vodafone Hutchison Australia and TPG Telecom on the grounds that it would remove from the telco space the one factor that has led to increased competition over the last year or so – a fourth big mobile player.
A satirical, light-hearted television campaign inspired by Australian-born 360fly chief executive Peter Adderton has been banned by key US networks including ABC, NBC, and CBS.
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