Mobile telecommunications company OVO Mobile has launched a new mobile broadband product, Boom XL 500GB, which it has cast as a “real alternative” to the NBN and other fixed broadband offerings.
OVO's provocation of competitors to better compete and consumers to switch over (or is that Ovo?) continues with its latest content deal: a digital broadcasting deal with the Brumbies.
OVO Mobile is offering special deals to attract customers to its plans, including a dedicated range of data-free sport, entertainment and radio, with half-off for the first three months.
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