Kogan has joined the rush to offer data-hungry mobile users new deals with significantly increased data allowances.
Consumers in New Zealand, like their Australian counterparts, are being wooed by mobile operators with increasingly bigger data allowances as part of their mobile phone plans.
Optus is back in the telco industry data battle again with yet another offer of bigger data allowances. Monday's announcement of new plans, includes a mobile broadband plan offering new and existing consumer and SMB customers up to 50GB of data for just $70 a month.
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