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Displaying items by tag: Three Mobile

VHA has launched a $99 prepaid mobile broadband starter pack under the Vodafone brand. It includes a USB modem with pre-installed software (Windows & Mac), SIM card and 1GB data allowance if activated before 31 December 2009.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 30 July 2009 04:05

Blackberry Bold just got bolder at Telstra

A new software upgrade for Telstra customers using the Blackberry Bold means better coverage and higher speeds, particularly in rural areas. But will this change have a large impact, and how does Telstra's pricing compare to the other telcos, and its pricing for the iPhone 3GS?

Published in Strategy
Vodafone is sending out mixed messages about the futuroe of the 3 brand in Australia following the formation of its VHA joint venture with Hutchison Australia.

Published in Strategy
Vodafone Australia has dropped the price of its prepaid mobile broadband starter pack from $149 to $129 ($119 if ordered online) and claims it is now the "best value" on the Australian market, but that may not be the case.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 02 July 2009 14:14

3 Mobile bringing iPhone 3GS to stores 17 July

Anticipation over an iPhone 3GS launch is still not over for 3 Mobile customers who have to wait just over two weeks before they can buy one, with exact pricing still to come!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Tuesday, 30 June 2009 12:18

AVG goes free with 3

3 mobile broadband customers now receive a free 12 month subscription to AVG Internet Security.

Optus is offering the iPhone 3GS for $0 upfront on a (net) $69 plan. The change appears to be in response to a Vodafone offer.

As expected, Telstra has left the unveiling of its prices to the very last minute, refusing to get caught up in the lead up to the launch of a new iPhone, and has even managed some pricing surprises, although nothing to truly match Vodafone’s unlimited voice plan!

As predicted, iPhone 3G S pricing from Vodafone is virtually identical to the pricing it unveiled for the HTC Magic Google Android phone earlier this month, at $0 upfront on a range of plans including unlimited voice and the happy surprise of fee-free tethering in contrast to Optus. What are the details?

Thursday, 18 June 2009 11:25

3 Mobile's iPhone 3GS - don't buy it?

3 Mobile, now part of Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA), has finally acquired the right to sell the iPhone 3G S in its portfolio of phones, but unless 3 Mobile has a super deal that seriously undercuts Vodafone, why would you buy an iPhone from 3?

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 18 June 2009 07:51

iPhone 3G S on 3

Some people I know have been holding out for 3 to offer the iPhone. They won't have to wait much longer.

Published in Security
Three and Vodafone have both today announced plans to launch HTC's second Android phone, the HTC Magic, in Australia. The white version, however will be exclusive to Vodafone, but it will also sell the black model.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 21 May 2009 12:31

Android phone number 2 coming to 3

Optus may have scored the first Android-powered mobile phone in Australia (the HTC Dream) and the much-vaunted Kogan Agora may have faded into oblivion, but 3 says it'll have the second in about a month's time.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 13 May 2009 11:48

Optus adds 156,000 mobile customers in Q4

Optus grew its mobile customer base by 156,000 in the three months to 31 March, according to figures released by its parent SingTel ahead of SingTel's Q4 and full year results announcement on Thursday 14 May.

Published in Strategy
Saturday, 02 May 2009 12:28

Vodafone launches prepaid wireless broadband

Vodafone has followed Three and Optus by launching a prepaid 3G wireless broadband service, with pricing almost identical to that charged by Optus, and rather higher than Three's pricing.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 07:47

Biggest Loser biggest on 3

The Biggest Loser has drawn a big audience among 3's mobile phone customers. Subscribers have watched the show on their handsets more than 350,000 times.

Friday, 24 April 2009 16:22

How to get free mobile phone calls

Love your mobile phone? Hate your mobile phone bill? One network operator has decided enough is enough and is finally offering totally free and unlimited calls via Skype.
Thursday, 19 February 2009 09:08

Is the force with 3 Mobile's new $19 cap?

The battle to churn mobile customers over to different networks is continuing at full pelt in 2009, with 3 Mobile tempting “value seeking” consumers with a new $19 monthly “cap” plan that gives $70 worth of calls (and more) – but at 45c per 30 seconds.

Published in Strategy
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