Not everyone has dozens of gigabytes on their mobile plan to burn through each month, and unless you're on Vodafone's new Infinite mobile phone plans in Australia with 2mbps, 10mbps or 25mbps speeds after using your monthly data allocation, free WiFi is more available than ever.
Pre-paid mobile phones are gaining in customer satisfaction, overtaking post-paid plans for the first time, the research firm Roy Morgan claims, adding that the change has come about in the last 12 months.
Seeking to strike a death blow to competitors while breathing new life into customer friendliness, service, choice, payment plans and value, Vodafone seeks true victory in the Game of Phones – the Voda-throne.
Telstra hasn’t shouted out about its new casual, month-to-month post-paid plans from the rooftops, but I found them online – and I signed up! Here's why.
Vaya has introduced Australia’s cheapest unlimited talk and text plan with 1GB of data – has it delivered a viaticum to its competitors?
MVNO Vaya is touting its strategy as leading to a drastic reduction in complaints, down nearly 90% YoY in the April to June 2016 period, part of which is attributed to amaysim’s Vaya acquisition.
In January, Amaysim purchased low-cost MVNO Vaya, and now it has made changes to its plans which see almost all receive increased value.
While Telstra’s share of the total mobile market has remained ‘relatively stable’ YoY at 39%, Optus, Amaysim and Aldi are up, at the expense of VHA, Virgin and TPG.
From 12 February to 31 March 2016, Virgin Mobile is offering a ‘no lock in contract’ with 12GB data and solid inclusions at $50 per month.
If you’re a Telstra pre or post-paid mobile customer, you’ll get free, unlimited access to Telstra Air from today until the end of June 2016.
Solid share growth in Telstra’s prepaid and no contract plans hasn’t been enough to offset Telstra’s share loss in the postpaid sector in Australia’s dynamic telco market.
Australia’s largest telco, Telstra, is the first in the world to offer its post-paid Go Mobile Plan customers a free 12 month subscription to Apple Music.
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.
Optus has introduced Family Sharing for data, letting families share their data allocations while also offering unlimited standard national talk and text on postpaid mobile plans.
Are you feeling sheepy? Do you love the smell of free overseas calls in the morning - or any other time? Then check out Vodafone's Chinese New Year offer.
The telcos' battle for consumer battles has taken the unusual turn towards the more expensive, with new research showing Optus has lifted price on its iPhone and Samsung offerings to boost revenue.
Virgin Mobile is looking to turn a slow smartphone sales period into a positive, offering 1GB bonus data on all plans $40 and above until the end of February.
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