The reviews are in and everyone seems to agree that the new Galaxy S8 is the world’s best phone ever. (Take that, Nokia!) With that decided, we now turn our attention to the question that our worried spouses and accountants are asking: What’s the best way to buy the S8? Outright or on a contract plan?
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The way we buy mobile data is pretty unusual, if you think about it. Unlike other utilities, like water and electricity, we're asked to estimate our usage in advance, and what we don't use, we lose. Worse still, if we underestimate our usage we might get slugged $10 for an auto data top-up.
It's no wonder that data rollover is a feature we're often asked about. In Australia it's difficult to find plans that let you carry unused data from one month into the next month, but it's not impossible. Here are some of the best.
The Samsung Galaxy Note7 officially launched in Australia on Friday. As befits a new flagship smartphone, all major telcos have released a range of plans for the device. If you’re contemplating a new mobile phone contract and have your heart set on the Galaxy Note7, this comprehensive plan breakdown will help you make the right decision.
One of the worst things about Pokemon Go is the drain on your battery. While you can switch off augmented reality and switch on power saving mode, it only does so much. Chances are you're going to find yourself with a power problem.
In an attempt to help out with the problem, Virgin Mobile has announced that all of its retail stores and kiosks will provide free mobile phone charging to "gamers on the Go".
The new Samsung Galaxy S7 is out now, in electronics stores all across Australia. It's $1149, and you'll pay $1249 for the larger S7 edge. What do you get for all that money? Is this new phone worth it?
Yes, it's worth it. The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are — equally — two of the best phones Samsung has ever made.
Today is the day that you can lock in your pre-order for Samsung's latest smartphone — and get yourself a free Gear VR virtual reality headset worth $159 for doing so. Here are all the plans from Australia's major telcos for the 5.1-inch Galaxy S7 and the 5.5-inch Gear S7 edge.