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  • Vodafone class action nudges 20K users

    Vodafone class action nudges 20K users

    The number of people signing up to the Vodafone class action lawsuit lead by law firm Piper Alderman is still climbing and is slated to reach 20,000 in the next week. 1

  • Optus offers 24-month phone warranties

    Optus offers 24-month phone warranties

    Optus has introduced 24-month express repair warranties for all brands of mobile phones on 24-month contracts following an investigation by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. 2

  • Poll: how much do you spend on your mobile?

    Poll: how much do you spend on your mobile?

    The cost of having a mobile phone has become an accepted cost of modern life, but are we paying too much, especially those of us on long-term contracts? 2

  • Voda taps into 3 service repair centres

    Voda taps into 3 service repair centres

    Vodafone customers who need their mobile phones fixed will now be able to take them to newly revamped 3 service centres as part of the Vodafone Hutchison merger.

  • Huawei flaunts its own brand for devices

    Huawei flaunts its own brand for devices

    After winning a number of significant deals with Australian telcos over the past half decade since it entered Australia, Huawei this week flagged plans to establish itself as a consumer brand down under in its own right. 1

  • Telstra signs on to support Oprah trip

    Telstra signs on to support Oprah trip

    Telecommunications giant Telstra has secured a deal with The Oprah Winfrey Show to supply network support for the live shows as well as network coverage for the show's 300 guests next month. 1

  • Acer Android phone, tablets due April

    Acer Android phone, tablets due April

    Acer has introduced a number of new unnamed, unpriced tablets including one 10-inch device running Windows 7, and a 10-inch, 7-inch tablet and smartphone outfitted with Android due out in April.

  • Amaysim to 'cut the crap' out of mobile call costs

    Amaysim to 'cut the crap' out of mobile call costs

    A new virtual mobile operator today launched its operations in Australia, offering a service without contracts and calling costs minus flagfall. 42

  • Apple sued for iPhone 3G iOS 4 problems

    Apple sued for iPhone 3G iOS 4 problems

    Apple is being sued for sluggish performance on iPhone 3G and 3GS models that have had the iOS 4 update installed. 7

  • Sub-US$100 3D phone in India

    Sub-US$100 3D phone in India

    With everyone talking 3D this year, and with the possibility of 3D smartphones just around the corner, we're not surprised to see one for sale — and we are shocked it's under US$100. 1

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