A new report shows Aussies are underestimating their mobile data needs more than ever, paying $133 million, or 78% more, than the same time last year.
Since the iPhone first arrived in Australia in 2008, more than 11.7 million have been sold down under, with nearly $13 billion spent on iPhones in the last five years alone – how many will buy this year?
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.
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