Founded by Peter Adderton, Boost is the best pre-paid provider on the full Telstra network, and thus arguably the best pre-paid provider in Australia, with over 700,000 customers, new awards for customer satisfaction, network reliability and being most recommended, in what is a great boost for Boost Mobile.
Boost Mobile has shared details of several important ways it is supporting its Australian customers, from those affected by the floods in Southern Queensland and Northern New South Wales to those customers concerned for the welfare of family and friends in Ukraine.
Researchers from the Slovakian security firm ESET claim to have discovered a new malware family that targets systems that run Linux but have not yet discovered how the malware infects such systems.
Boost Mobile's new 10-year network agreement with Telstra provides "significant expansion opportunities for Australia’s fastest growing independently owned mobile brand" and ensures a bright future for the youth-focused brand.
Ok, so the creative renaming of the ACCC is my idea, and not Adderton’s, but Peter has done the sums, and clearly, the communications competition conundrum isn’t adding up - why were there no consumer protections put in when the TPG and Vodafone merger was approved?
Boost Mobile is the best of the telcos using the Telstra network, with competitive plans offering plenty of data, data rollover, data-free Apple Music, unlimited calls and texts and international call inclusions, too - and with its Refurb Shop, Boost has great prices for refurb tech that's definitely worth upgrading to.
Increasing from a 5Mbps speed capped limit to a whopping and quadrupled "up to 20Mbps" speed capped limit for otherwise unlimited data usage, TPG's felix mobile service just made itself even more attractive.
Complaints about phone and Internet services by small businesses have grown overall for the third consecutive quarter, with residential consumers and small businesses lodging 34,476 complaints in the three months between July and September — an increase of 3.4% on the previous quarter — and the third consecutive quarter of incremental growth in overall complaints.
It has been 20 years since Boost Mobile launched, becoming a massive brand in the US and a great success in Australia too, supporting a range of sports but also by offering and even pioneering genuinely competitive offers on Australia's best network.
Pre-paid mobile phones are gaining in customer satisfaction, overtaking post-paid plans for the first time, the research firm Roy Morgan claims, adding that the change has come about in the last 12 months.
With top of the line smartphones costing anywhere from $1500 to $2500 and beyond, and with smartphones lasting longer than ever thanks to OS and security updates, safely buying second hand via the security of a refurbished model can be a totally smart saving.
The MVNO wars continue apace, with mobile virtual network operators offering excellent deals to capture the hearts, minds and wallets of consumers, with Boost's early 2019 plans no exception.
Boost Mobile, which proudly boasts of winning a Canstar Blue customer satisfaction award, has just boosted its pre-paid plans with its biggest data boosts yet.
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?
In the world of satisfied customers, Boost Mobile can rightly boast until blue in the face that they've won the 2018 Canstar Blue Customer Satisfaction Award.
Boost Mobile doesn't consider itself an MVNO, but its major competitors are telcos and MVNOs, so it has responded to ever better plans with more data and international calls.
Promising to be "more than just a phone service" thanks to an emphasis on community engagement and giving back, LYF Mobile still promises fast speeds, affordable prices, online simplicity and a millennial focus - is it time to Choose Lyf?
A renewed retail agreement between Boost Mobile and Telstra "highlights the important role for Boost Mobile in Telstra’s multi-brand strategy" and sees Boost continue using Telstra's superior network.
In 2018, with unlimited voice and text plans available from $10 in the market, it's all about how much data you get with your pre-paid plan, with Boost's data boost a move to try ruling the pre-paid roost.
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.
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