NBN admits customers aren’t happy, but once again says retailers are to blame, while Vodafone takes the torch to retailers and mobile phone contracts alike. Meanwhile, we talk LinkedIn work snooping and more in this week’s episode!
Why is the NBN going to war on its own retailers, and what will this mean for consumers? Will Vodafone’s 4G NBN fallback model attract customers, or remind them of the NBN’s failures? Should we be scared or welcoming of our new AI overlords? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Does Google Wi-Fi live up to the hype, or is Google cutting corners to save costs? Why is Optus spending a billion dollars on bush mobiles, and will anyone miss…
If there’s a trend for 2015, it’s in allowing customers to “share” allowances from mobile plans across multiple devices. Optus is taking this to its logical conclusion by adding data…
Telstra’s finally joined the sharing plans game with Go Mobile plans. How do they stack up against the competition?
Make a premium phone, charge a premium price. That’s the story of the HTC One M9, which goes on sale in Australia on the 24th of March for $1099.
Will the proposed Anti-Piracy code crack the piracy problem — and how can you have your say? Will Metadata collection invade your privacy, or is it a fait accompli? Also…
Vodafone’s announcement of its new shared plans means that every one of the three big Aussie telcos now has a sharing plan. But does sharing make financial sense?
Vodafone’s unveiled the details of its shared plan offerings, for consumers who want to pool together their call, text and data allowances.
Vodafone’s hinted at its plans for 2015 while announcing successful trials of Voice Over LTE (VoLTE). Will it be enough to turn the company’s fortunes around?