amaysim is promising three recharges of "truly unlimited mobile data", with no mention of speed caps, and it's the first such pre-paid offer, although Telstra's now discontinued $199 Ultimate 24-month contract plan with your choice of flagship phone and truly unlimited, uncapped 4G was the first such plan in Australia.
The advertising restrictions placed on the use of the term congestion-free by Internet service provider Aussie Broadband by the competition watchdog have been questioned by the head of a small ISP in Tasmania, who has asked why the ACCC does not also object to the use of the term "unlimited" in broadband advertisements.
Telstra's highest BYO plan, the L plan for $89 per month over 12 months, looks very compelling, especially for frequent international travellers who hate Telstra's $10 per day roaming charge.
Telstra has a new 15GB plan for $49 with "peace of mind" data, offered on the Telstra 24x7 app, not listed on the website, and it's great – but it has an annoying catch.
COMMENT Vodafone has the cheapest unlimited mobile data plan in Australia, offering a set amount of high-speed gigabytes, then capping to 1.5Mbps, but who will be first to do better?
If you want six months free access to TPG's forthcoming new Australian mobile network, with unlimited data at 1Mbps speeds after 1GB at 4G LTE speeds, with the catch of non-national access and $9.99 per month after that, then read on.
If you take up one of the new "unlimited" plans from Vodafone or Telstra, you know that you get at least 40GB of data at full speed before speeds slow to a max of 1.5Mbps, but Think Mobile thinks its plans are still a better deal with 80GB full speed for $48.
Telstra says it has fixed the issue affecting the 4G voice call capability of its network, blaming an upgrade it made which was reversed to solve the issue, but wasn't very good at communicating this to the media directly.
Seeking to kick Telstra while it's down, and make Optus' customer limits to its unlimited offer look silly, Vodafone has stuck the knife in by upping its data limits even before launch.
Hot on the heels of Telstra launching its own unlimited data plans, and before Telstra's 4G network outage, Vodafone announced "Australia’s first widely available mobile plans with unlimited data".
Those with long memories know Telstra once offered unlimited data nearly two decades ago, but in 2017, plans $99 and above go unlimited while others get a doubling of data.
Clever countermover Kogan is always outmanoeuvering competitors, with his latest cunning stunt a countenancing face-off that makes Kogan's 16GB-laden and best unlimited mobile plan free, for 30 days - but only for 96 hours.
Want 5GB data per month with unlimited calls and texts over six months for $150? Vaya hopes you’ll go down down to Coles.
There’s no truly unlimited plan for anything in the universe yet, but US telco Sprint is upping the unlimited mobile plan ante.
Unlimited isn’t truly unlimited with the limitations of 4G networks not yet being 5G capable, but within limits, two major US telcos have introduced unlimited voice, text and data plans.
In January, Amaysim purchased low-cost MVNO Vaya, and now it has made changes to its plans which see almost all receive increased value.
The 1TB storage restriction for OneDrive remains, but if you ‘opt-in’ you can get 15GB free back plus 15Gb for photo uploads.
In the Internet cloud era, software’s improved much more regularly than in the past, with Acronis using user feedback to deliver timely updates.
ChatSim Unlimited has arrived nearly a year after the original ChatSim was introduced, billed as ‘the solution to your roaming problems’ for all instant messaging apps.
Microsoft’s coming change to OneDrive storage limits and pricing sees its coming 50GB for US $1.99 per month outclassed by Apple and Google.
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