Aussie mobile phone users are not tempted by the “latest and greatest” smartphones, with many of them planning on keeping the same smartphone for three years on average, according to comparison website finder.com.au.
Comparison website finder.com.au says research shows that Australians are “clueless” about their health insurance premiums, so it’s decided to do something about it by launching its own health insurance comparison service.
Australians may not be as loyal to their current brand of smartphone as the makers would like, according to a brand switch survey from finder.com.au.
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