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.
Stating it is taking the "telco war on price from mobile to NBN", Vodafone says it is "making high speed Vodafone NBN available to new and existing customers for under $60 per month" with savings of "up to $480 per year".
With HP's TouchPad tablet enjoying price cuts from HP's online site, Staples.com and Woot.com over the last few days, and some even claiming to have combined discounts, has the long anticipated tablet price war now started?
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