Amaysim naturally thinks its plans are the best, but the advice is worthy for any telco or MVNO you're thinking about, and whoever you're with, you should regularly check your plan against the market.
Boost Mobile, which proudly boasts of winning a Canstar Blue customer satisfaction award, has just boosted its pre-paid plans with its biggest data boosts yet.
Boost Mobile doesn't consider itself an MVNO, but its major competitors are telcos and MVNOs, so it has responded to ever better plans with more data and international calls.
Competition is strong in the MVNO space, with Kogan Mobile an especially competitive rival to all, but with innovative inclusions able to make one network more valuable than the other on more than just price, customers in the know are always the beneficiaries.
The clever data counters at Kogan Mobile have responded to various telco moves by adding yet more data to some of its plans, all in an attempt to cleverly counter competing offers with offers of its own.
With MVNO activity heating up to fantastic new levels of competition, it’s very interesting to see Telstra make its most generous pre-paid moves yet.
Virgin Mobile is offering between 4GB and 7GB of bonus data on selected plans in addition to its Data Rollover feature to really challenge Vodafone.
After initially offering 3GB of Telstra Next G-class ‘up to’ 42.2Mbps data for $40 and then frustratingly dropping it to 2GB in February this year, Boost is finally boosting it back higher again, going ‘halfway’ to 2.5GB.
ACMA is again taking the easy way out.RSP Blocking is done using DNS blocks. Changing you DNS to a public[…]
All mobile phone repeaters are illegal in Australia, with the exception of the celfi units, because the carriers can remotely[…]
To this day there is still some 700MHz spectrum unallocated.NO there isn't! I'm sorry but you are wrong here. The[…]
If TPG or Optus are limited in the amount of spectrum they can buy (by a cashed up telstra with[…]
All of the repeaters linked to in this article are ILLEGALThe only legal repeaters authorized for use by the ACMA[…]