The introduction of felix may well mark when the endless wireless data revolution truly arrived at last, with competition whipping up faster “speed caps” at affordable price points, as expected and predicted, where we’re heading to an eventual world of wireless data ubiquity all around us, from 4G, 5G, 5.5G, WiFi 6, various high speed satellite broadband networks and eventual 6G and faster connections.
Fierce "everything" competitor Kogan has slashed all of its 30-day SIM-only deals to $7.90 for the first recharge, with the Large plan doubled this month only from 16GB to 32GB.
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