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Wondering when the sweet new versions of Android will land on your device? You’re in luck: each week, Gizmodo Australia will take you through all of the handset updates currently being tested on Australian networks like Vodafone, Telstra and Optus, and tell you when you can expect them on your device.
The war for the future of television is on, and without knowing it, you have already chosen a side. Whether you prefer to stick to terrestrial broadcasts on free-to-air and Foxtel, or if you like to get your shows from the likes of iTunes, Google and even Netflix and Hulu you’re either on one side or the other. Australian TV networks are arguably losing the war for the future of content, and they’re going cap-in-hand to Malcolm Turnbull and the Government for help.
Ever wanted to know what a customer service associate is writing about you after a particularly difficult call? Want to make sure they wrote down exactly what you told them to? That’s the future that Telstra envisions under a new strategy announced this week: give you control over the notes on your account.
An interesting snippet came out of yesterday’s Senate estimates hearing on the NBN. The new chairman of the government-run NBN Co, Ziggy Switkowski, has stated in the plainest terms possible that he doesn’t think Australian consumers really need 100Mbps connections at the moment — and certainly not gigabit any time soon.
After we leaked the plans exclusively yesterday, Telstra has now confirmed that its new Mobile Accelerate plans are to be released on 4 March with customers now able to get a new phone every 12 months rather than 24. Hurrah!
Telstra’s new plans are coming on March 4, and we’ve already talked about how good they’re going to be for consumers. Now we have the full leaked pricing of the plans set to hit the market, two weeks ahead of their official release. Meet the new Telstra Mobile Accelerate Plans. Update: Telstra has now made them official.
Exclusive: New Telstra contract plans are coming, and they’re finally going to make Telstra’s pricing competitive again. Sources inside the telco who have been working on the new plans have tipped us off as to what we’re going to get, and you’re going to love it.