Good news, everybody! Telstra's rejigged its international roaming data prices. Bad news, everybody! You'll still have to sell off a limb of your choosing for medical research if you want to do any serious browsing. Gus over at Lifehacker has the full details of Telstra's new roaming plans, which don't change the entry level pricing; it's just that there's a few more options if you're prepared to pay more upfront. Still, as he says, with 30-day expiry, you're much better off sourcing a local SIM or Wi-Fi hotspot if you must get serious access while overseas. [Lifehacker]
Telstra's New International Roaming Plans Are Still Way Too Expensive
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