Next week, Telstra will launch its nicely improved new 3rd-gen Telstra TV streaming player and new Home Broadband plans with "no more lock-in contracts".
An organisation that represents telecommunications consumers says political parties should make a new affordable home broadband product for those on low incomes a priority ahead of the forthcoming Federal Election.
Back in February, Optus dropped its unlimited broadband bundles to $90 per month, but its new July unlimited broadband bundles cost $95 or $115.
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