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Kogan's first Smart HDR 4K LED Android TV range with Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Audio has arrived at special pre-sale pricing of $449.99 for 50-inches, $499.99 for a 55-inch model and $799.99 for a 65-inch model, but the sale ends on at 11.59pm AEDT on October 23.

Published in Home Tech

The affordability for consumers of accessing basic broadband plans on offer from NBN Co is to come under scrutiny by Australia’s corporate watchdog the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Refurbished products can be a brilliant way to save money on previous-gen devices, but when Apple launches powerful new products at various price points, sometimes buying refurbished is a terrible deal.

Published in Home Tech

Australia's national broadband network builder and operator NBN Co is proposing to introduce significant discounts and extra capacity inclusions across the majority of its wholesale broadband product range, according to its newly released wholesale pricing review paper.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Clickbait-loving naybobs of negativity once bemoaned that most of Apple's sales were attributable to its iPhone, and that there are no cheap mid-range models, but now that Apple has grown, adding newer products and services, 'lower' but still in the tens of MILLIONS of iPhone sales are... bad?

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Several of Samsung's heralded features have been seen in last year's Mate 20 Pro from Huawei, but it is important for Samsung to catch up – and Apple, too.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Stating it is "shaking up the Australian rideshare market", Didi says its new "standard pricing in Melbourne" reduces fares by 10%, while lowering its services fee so driver-partners "earn 95% of fares".

Published in Home Tech

New Zealand’s competition regulator The Commerce Commission has sent a letter of issue to defence contractor Thales over its proposed acquisition of fellow data encryption hardware and software provider Gemalto, raising concerns about the impact of the deal on product prices and quality.

Published in Technology Regulation

A new hope for even more data from pre-paid providers not yet offering unlimited plans has emerged from the Kogan Mobile empire, striking back at competitors with boosted data bundles.

Published in Home Tech

With electricity prices rising, and electric cars inevitable anyway, the Greens want the government to "accelerate electric vehicle uptake". Will high petrol prices simply be replaced by even higher power bills?

Published in Fuzzy Logic

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.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

If you've been harbouring a hope, new or otherwise, that an eBay Plus vs Amazon Prime price war would awaken, your wish looks to have been granted, but as always, you'd better be quick.

Published in Home Tech

If you take up one of the new "unlimited" plans from Vodafone or Telstra, you know that you get at least 40GB of data at full speed before speeds slow to a max of 1.5Mbps, but Think Mobile thinks its plans are still a better deal with 80GB full speed for $48.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

It seems an epidemic of NBN providers, including Amaysim, are upgrading users to faster plans these days, and given the vast amounts of data we all seem to wish to consume simultaneously, the upgrades are most welcome.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Price wars: a new hope for lower NBN prices, striking back against an empire of expensive telcos to ensure a return of the happy customer – can Vodafone's lower prices awaken consumer interest?

Published in Telecoms & NBN

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.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

With Americans freaking out over $1000+ iPhone prices, which Australians have already paid for years, a new price hike is set to spike the blood pressure of the easily spooked.

Published in Home Tech

Origin Energy will trial cutting edge new tech that “will help put customers back in the driver’s seat when it comes to their household energy use and costs".

Published in Your Tech
Thursday, 21 July 2016 01:26

ACCC wants feedback on NBN SAU changes

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is seeking industry submissions to a consultation paper on proposed changes to the regulatory framework governing NBN Co’s Special Access Undertaking.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
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