pricing
Loading page

You Can Buy The Pebble Time Smartwatch Right Now

Who needs a $1000 smartwatch, anyway? At least that’s the question Pebble want you to ask yourself when considering their news today: the brand spanking new $US200 Pebble Time is available right now.


iiNet CEO Warns NBN Must Be Cheaper To Keep Up With Netflix Demand

Australia loves Netflix. Almost too much, in fact according to iiNet’s CEO David Buckingham.


Optus Introduces Data Rollover On Pre-Paid

As part of a pricing revamp for pre-paid customers, Optus has introduced data rollover, allowing customers to hang onto their unused data.


Apple Music: Australian Pricing And How To Get It

After months of waiting, Apple customers can now finally access Apple’s new Music streaming service. Here’s how much you’ll pay.


You Can Now Buy The Apple Watch In Australian Apple Retail Stores...Sort Of

Apple’s launch for Watch was kind of weird. It was a big deal for company to release its first wearable, but not so much for its iconic retail stores. Instead of long lines around the block, people made appointments to try one on before ordering it online and having it delivered to their houses. Now after a few months on the market, you can sort of buy a Watch in Australian Apple Stores.


Australia Is Getting The 1TB Xbox One: Pricing And Release Date

Looks like all those shiny new next-gen games are starting to take a toll on the hard drives of Xbox One owners. Microsoft has doubled the storage on the Xbox One, and it’s bringing the new console to Australia.


The Price Is Right: Laptop Buying Season Is Upon Us

In the market for a new laptop? You’re in luck: we’re coming into one of the best times to buy right now. Here’s why.


Telstra Go Mobile Plans: Everything You Need To Know

Buying several different mobile plans for your family’s phones and tablets is a right pain, so Telstra’s capitalising on that annoyance with new mobile sharing plans. Here’s what you need to know.


Would A Tax On Netflix Make You Pirate More?

Streaming services are now at a surplus in Australia. Netflix may soon cost more, however, under a reported government plan to apply the GST to the international streaming service set to be announced in the Federal Budget. If Netflix increased in price, would you go back to piracy?


Don't Look Now, But Australia's Netflix Tax Is Back In Play

The next Federal Budget is less than a week away, and now the will-they won’t-they over a so-called “Netflix Tax” is in full swing. It had been reported that it was off, but now it looks to be back.


Loading page