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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…]

Amaysim named mobile service provider of the year

Amaysim named mobile service provider of the year

Low cost mobile service provider Amaysim has been awarded the top top in the mobile service provider category in the Roy Morgan Customer satisfaction awards for 2013. Amaysim entered the Australian market just 3 years ago and CEO Rolf Hansen says “people are catching on to the fact that there’s finally a better mobile deal in town”. Some of the features[Read More…]

Signing up for a New Mobile Phone? Read the fine print first

According to a 2010 survey by mobile service provider Amaysim, almost one fifth of mobile phone users are unhappy with their service contract and three quarters are dissatisfied with some aspect of their mobile service. Amaysim CEO Rolf Hansen, who offers up some tips for anyone thinking of signing up for a long term mobile phone contract. You can listen[Read More…]

Don’t mix up your acronyms in social media

It may seem obvious to you what acronyms like LOL , BRB and OMG mean, but according to a survey 2 in 5 Australians have no idea. The survey by mobile service provider Amaysim found that despite almost half of mobile and social media users actively using many of the commonly used acronyms, 43% admit to misunderstanding them. For example some interpreting[Read More…]