Several of Samsung's heralded features have been seen in last year's Mate 20 Pro from Huawei, but it is important for Samsung to catch up – and Apple, too.
Stating it is "shaking up the Australian rideshare market", Didi says its new "standard pricing in Melbourne" reduces fares by 10%, while lowering its services fee so driver-partners "earn 95% of fares".
Apple's newest iPhones are its most impressive and powerful yet, starting at A$1229 for the 64GB iPhone XR, and going up to A$2369 for the 512GB iPhone XS Max.
Vodafone has made Optus' and Telstra's pre-paid plans look like overpriced 28-day expiry jokes with too little data and not enough international countries, but Amaysim still has the best 365-day "as you go" plan.
Taxify is "introducing upfront pricing in Australia with the new model to roll out in Sydney this week", with Melbourne coming in October.
A new hope for even more data from pre-paid providers not yet offering unlimited plans has emerged from the Kogan Mobile empire, striking back at competitors with boosted data bundles.
Kogan Internet has lowered its prices to be a smidgeon below Vodafone's newly lowered prices, but with Vodafone offering 4G back-up, Vodafone wins the better value battle despite Kogan's cheaper pricing.
Stating it is taking the "telco war on price from mobile to NBN", Vodafone says it is "making high speed Vodafone NBN available to new and existing customers for under $60 per month" with savings of "up to $480 per year".
If you've been harbouring a hope, new or otherwise, that an eBay Plus vs Amazon Prime price war would awaken, your wish looks to have been granted, but as always, you'd better be quick.
If you're hankering for a new smartphone, and a Nokia has been tempting you, today's flash sale until 3 June at JB Hi-Fi may well be what leads you to give in to temptation.
The ever swirling competitive world of mobile phone plan pricing has brought forth new plans from Telstra-powered Boost Mobile throwing its newest deals into the ring.
Price wars: a new hope for lower NBN prices, striking back against an empire of expensive telcos to ensure a return of the happy customer – can Vodafone's lower prices awaken consumer interest?
The clever data counters at Kogan Mobile have responded to various telco moves by adding yet more data to some of its plans, all in an attempt to cleverly counter competing offers with offers of its own.
Hot on the heels of ACCC investigations into the NBN and the market, NBN Co has announced new initiatives for improving customer service for small businesses and the accelerated launch of NBN Co's wholesale enterprise product.
Coming into the job six years ago, ACCC chair Rod Sims was thrust into the existing NBN mess, with a new report which we spoke about in our interview, including defining what NBN success really means.
A new "capped" wholesale fee is "set to drive competition of nbn business products", according to Australia's flexible national broadband network builders.
Big data aggregator Splunk has announced new flexible pricing programs at its annual Splunk .conf event, today in Washington DC, including free options.
Whether you’re new to Virgin Mobile, or not, the company wants you to know it will also offer iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, pre-ordering today and from 22 September, and it has released pricing and plans!
With Americans freaking out over $1000+ iPhone prices, which Australians have already paid for years, a new price hike is set to spike the blood pressure of the easily spooked.
Seeking to illuminate its new value offering, Amaysim is hammering home its “highly competitive NBN offer” for new and existing customers from $40 per month.
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