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Optus’ entry into the NBN pricing space opens up the market, even though the number of live NBN sites is currently pretty small. Over at Lifehacker, Gus has done another of his excellent Planhacker tables, pitting Optus’ offering against the other announced ISP plans. [Lifehacker]
Can’t decide which carrier to get an iPhone 4S through? Over at Lifehacker, table maestro Gus has done the work of sorting out the currently available iPhone 4S plans in a user-adjustable way. Head over there to sort out which plan suits you best. [Lifehacker]
There are 66 different plans available to potential iPhone 4 customers, so it’s easy to get confused as to what plan best suits your needs. Fortunately, Gus over at Lifehacker has put his absurd Excel skills to good use and created the ultimate iPhone 4 table, which you should check out before you think about queuing up for a new iPhone on Thursday night. [Lifehacker]