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Try Out the NBN For Free!

Try Out the NBN For Free!

Confused or not sure of the best NBN deal for you?  Don’t lock into anything . If you’re home is ready to be connected to the nbn but you’ve been putting it off because you’re weary of locking into something you don’t understand, you’re not alone. Nbn Co recently revealed that less than half of the NBN ready homes and[Read More…]

Crisis of Confusion surrounding the NBN

Crisis of Confusion surrounding the NBN

New research released by mobile service and broadband provider Amaysim has revealed that many Australians are struggling to understand even the basics of the National Broadband Network as it’s rolled out across Australia. Included in the findings of the reserach: 83.3% of Aussies can’t name the different nbn speeds available 71% don’t understand what the different speeds mean 70.5% don’t have[Read More…]

Suffering from Mobile Messaging Fatigue?

Suffering from Mobile Messaging Fatigue?

Some new research from Amaysim has revealed that many of us are suffering from mobile messaging fatigue. This phenomenon has come about as a result of an overload of choices when it comes to how we communicate with friends, family and work…but is everyone really stressed out by this? Today I spoke with Ged Mansour from Amaysim to dig a[Read More…]

Aussies living in fear of large phone bills

Aussies living in fear of large phone bills

Had any surprising mobile phone bills lately?  Well according to a recent survey by Amaysim more than half of us live in fear of Monthly mobile bill shock. To break out of that cycle financial expert Chris Magnus says that users need to closely examine their bill…then make appropriate changes.  Earlier this year I spoke to Chris who offered up[Read More…]

$400 million a year mobile bill blowout in Australia

$400 million a year mobile bill blowout in Australia

In 2014 research from Amaysim  revealed that many mobile users in Australia are still managing to go above and beyond their ‘capped plans’ ended up in ‘Bill Shock’ at the end of the month.   The research shows that this is mostly due to excess data usage, though some users still manage to talk or text their way to higher than[Read More…]