It’s time to play Australia’s least favourite ongoing broadband game, as the NBN twists and turns from speed woes to Optus’ forced HFC tactics with special guest, Australian IT editor Supratim Adhikari!
Should we be hyped or hesitant to sign up to Telstra’s Gigabit LTE network? Why is Amazon holding out on Aussies with video content?
Telstra customers being scammed, 2016’s best premium phone and the issues with ADSL deregulation with special guest finder.com.au editor in chief Angus Kidman!
Uber could become legal in Melbourne, but is that a boon or a bust? Meanwhile, Telstra has big plans for your smart home, but does renting Internet-of-Things devices make sense?…
What’s a fair price to pay to watch Game of Thrones? Who’s going to pay for Telstra Air? Should you pay for LG’s quirky new modular G5 smartphone? All this…
There’s a new iPhone in town, but it’s smaller — who asked for that? Likewise, the iPad Pro got smaller, and Telstra’s network somehow seemed to shrink away as well? Joining us this week is special guest PC Mag Australia editor Matthew Powell!
Telstra’s been hit recently with wave after wave of outages, which sucks if you’re a Telstra customer. Taking a slightly longer term view, however, this could be beneficial for everybody.
Many Australian telcos are switching to plans with unlimited call and text provisions. Telstra is by far the biggest player not to have largely switched to that model — so I asked them why.
Telstra doesn’t have many MVNOs to speak of, but if you’re on the Telstra network, you should get free data anyway.
Is Apple ripping customers off with Error 53 iPhone bricking, or following sensible security policy? Why is PayPal refusing to take money for VPN services? What caused Telstra’s Australia-wide outage With special guest Hannah Francis!