The cheap get cheaper: Boost Mobile (now operated by Telstra) is slashing the data it offers customers, making the pre-paid game look less competitive once again.
Our sister site, Lifehacker reports that Boost has cut data on its $40 offering from 3GB down to 2GB.
In an announcement on its Facebook page, most of its customers don’t use more than 2GB, so it doesn’t really matter.
There it is again: the “average” customer ruining otherwise good telco plans again.
Read the full story on Lifehacker.