The NBN says it’s all-but fixed congestion on its network, but should we believe it? Meanwhile, Optus was offering “unlimited” mobile broadband plans, somehow with “limits”. All this and more in the latest episode!
Should we be hyped or hesitant to sign up to Telstra’s Gigabit LTE network? Why is Amazon holding out on Aussies with video content?
What sort of compensation should you get when your telco’s network goes down? What does VR have to do with dementia research and education? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
iOS 10 reviewed in depth, the federal government’s no-GST-collected-geoblocking proposal examined and Netflix’s big push for “unlimited” plans in the latest episode, with special guest Matthew Powell!
Telstra’s been hit recently with wave after wave of outages, which sucks if you’re a Telstra customer. Taking a slightly longer term view, however, this could be beneficial for everybody.
Telstra doesn’t have many MVNOs to speak of, but if you’re on the Telstra network, you should get free data anyway.
If there’s a trend for 2015, it’s in allowing customers to “share” allowances from mobile plans across multiple devices. Optus is taking this to its logical conclusion by adding data sharing to more plans, as well as tweaking some of its existing plan options.
Vodafone’s announcement of its new shared plans means that every one of the three big Aussie telcos now has a sharing plan. But does sharing make financial sense?
Telstra’s launched its trial of its nationwide “free” Wi-Fi today. So naturally I had to test it.
Telstra’s new “Freedom” prepaid plan looks a whole lot like its previous “Cap Encore” plan that I’ve been a keen user of. It would appear that there’s a nasty sting in the new plans if you’re even a moderate data user, however. Update: Now with comment from Telstra.