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2G Mobile Network shutdown plans in place

2G Mobile Network shutdown plans in place

  If you’ve been using the same mobile phone for as long as you can remember and only use it to make the odd call or text message…chances are you’ve got a handset that’s now living on borrowed time. Both Telstra and Optus recently announced that they will be shutting down the older 2G GSM networks that provide only basic[Read More…]

Vain Aussies love Video Calling

Vain Aussies love Video Calling

Before you face time, Skype or even hangout in Google do you catch yourself in the mirror and feel the need for adjustments? According to a 2014 survey, around 10 million Australians make video calls…and spend a surprising amount of time preparing for them. The survey by Belong Broadband revealed that with the growth in video calling we are spending more time[Read More…]

Telstra takes on international mobile bill shock

If you plan on taking your mobile phone with you overseas, now’s the time to protect yourself against an unexpected high usage bill on your return. It’s commonly called “Bill Shock”, but if you’re armed with the right information, a massive phone bill is easily avoided. First things first, check with your mobile provider on exactly how much a mobile[Read More…]

Pay your Telstra bill with PayPal

There are now even more ways to pay your Telstra bill online with Telstra introducing PayPal as a secure payment option for customers. If you already have a PayPal account and want to give it a go, simply head to telstra.com/paymybill armed with your Telstra account number, then simply select PayPal as your payment option. From there you can select[Read More…]

Olympic Hero Messages with Telstra

With the 2012 London Olympics underway Telstra has fired up its famous Hero Message service to send support to our athletes competing in the games. The first Hero Messages were sent to athletes competing in 1988 Seoul Olympics, and the service has been used to send over 1 million messages since, but unlike in 1988 you can now send your[Read More…]