Kogan Mobile has sent an email to its userbase suggesting they shift to Yotango, an Optus MVNO for customers moving off the Telstra network after the collapse of ispONE.
The collapse of Kogan Mobile hasn’t been pretty, and Kogan has just let rip with a particularly barbed salvo at Telstra.
With around 280,000 ispONE customers looking around for a new telco deal, this was pretty inevitable; Optus has announced a “special deal” for those porting to its network.
The company that provides the wholesale network that underpins Kogan Mobile and Aldi Mobile has gone into administration. What does this mean for you if you’re already a customer?
The current woes of wholesaler ISPOne highlight an emerging trend in low-cost Australian mobile telephony. Where are all the budget players going?
Kogan Mobile launched with a publicity blitz late last year, promoting itself as Australia’s cheapest mobile phone service provider. It’s just raised prices substantially. Is it still compelling value?