Kogan Internet has lowered its prices to be a smidgeon below Vodafone's newly lowered prices, but with Vodafone offering 4G back-up, Vodafone wins the better value battle despite Kogan's cheaper pricing.
Exhibiting white goods pride is Kogan.com, offering a "new price benchmark set for fridges, dishwashers, washing machines, dryers and more" in an assault on the home appliances market.
Kogan.com registered its second consecutive win as Australia's favourite online store at last night's Australia Post Online Retail Industry Awards Gala event at the International Convention Centre, Sydney.
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