Telstra has released its first prepaid 5G handset: the Samsung Galaxy A22 5G.
Optus mobile users now have the option of paying $5 for 24 hours of unlimited data when they need it.
Australia’s mobile virtual network operators are continuing to take market share from the major, traditional mobile network operators) in the pre-paid mobile market, according to a newly published research report.
Optus is compensating customers over its failure to reveal it was providing less data than it had advertised after the competition watchdog, the ACCC, accepted an undertaking from the telco to credit data back to consumers.
Online discounter Kogan is making a bid to lure customers who are heavier data users to its services with a big boost in data plans.
Vaya has temporarily reduced its 12-month plan prices, hoping to cash in on the number of smartphones heading for Aussie Christmas stockings.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is undegoing public consultation on proposed regulatory changes aimed at improving the identity-checking requirements for prepaid mobile services.
Mobile service provider Vaya is including 14% more data on its Unlimited XL plan for 0% more money.
The increasingly competitive push by mobile operators to lure data-hungry consumers with much bigger data allowances has been ramped up by Coles in its latest deal with Optus.
Kogan Mobile prepaid subscribers are about to get 4G service at no extra charge.
Supermarket giant Coles is offering prepaid mobile plans in conjunction with Optus.
Optus has upped data allowances with a new mobile broadband plan, now giving its customers a data rollover of up to 50GB with a one year expiry.
Vodafone says it has stepped up its campaign to reduce bill shock for mobile phone users with its biggest-ever plan shakeup including unlimited standard national calls and text in all its new plans.
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.
Vodafone is offering free data at weekends to customers on certain prepaid plans, along with unlimited calls to five countries.
Mobile carriers have made a big deal about offering unmetered access to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, but that seems to be going the way of the 'unlimited' downloads offered by Optus when it launched its Optus@Home cable internet service.
Internode has added NodeMobile mobile phone plans to its product roster, offering a generous amount of social media specific data.
Telstra has made available a prepaid pocket WiFi hotspot that operates on its LTE network.
While most mobile prepaid offerings blab on about notional 'value' which means nothing when call rates are not specified, Optus has come up with a radically different approach.
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