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Mobile Black Spots Get A $385m Fix From Government, Telstra And Vodafone

Federal, state and local governments are spending up along with Telstra and Vodafone to boost those carriers’ coverage in mobile phone blackspots around Australia. $385 million has been pledged over the next three years to fix poor mobile network reception in outer metro, regional and remote areas of the country, with the first improvements made before the end of this year.


Wasting Data? Take Advantage Of Sharing

With 70 per cent of Australian adults using three or more different devices to connect to the internet, Vodafone wanted to find a way to help customers get the most out of their plans. Say hello to Vodafone Shared.


Get Ready For Cheaper Mobile Phones Calls And SMS

On the phone a lot? The ACCC has been pushing for cuts and caps to the prices telcos charge to access each other’s networks and send SMS.


Buying A New Smartphone? Here's What You Need To Know

It’s flagship phone season, which means that many of you will be hitting your the market to see if you can pick up some new smartphone shiny! Here’s everything you need to know before you buy.


Vodafone's New Shared Plans Let You Use Voice, Text, Data Between Devices

Next month, Vodafone will let new and existing Red plan customers share calls, text messages, international calls and the company’s $5 international roaming between up to 10 different devices.


Vodafone Is Partnering With Stan To Bundle Video Streaming With Your Smartphone

Your Vodafone smartphone plan can already be bundled with music streaming from Spotify, but there’s another media soon to be available on your telco bill. Although they won’t say what the actual deal entails, Voda is partnering with video streaming service Stan.


Vodafone Will Revive Shared Plans 'Soon'

One of the most popular offers from long-departed MVNO Crazy John’s was its offering of shared plans, where data and calling allowances were split between a couple or across a family. Vodafone (which bought out and killed off Crazy John’s) has now said it plans to reintroduce shared plans “soon”.


Huawei Wi-Fi Cube 4G: Australian Review

If you can’t get ADSL or cable or NBN internet at home, or if you don’t need that much data per month over the ‘net, and you live relatively close to a city or metropolitan area, a 4G mobile broadband device might suit your needs very well. These usually come in the form of a Wi-Fi hotspot, portable and battery-powered, but this Huawei Wi-Fi Cube is designed to live in your home and connect everything in it wirelessly to the internet through Vodafone 4G.


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