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Topic # 71813 17-Nov-2010 13:50 Send private message

Vodafone launches new mobile plans in Australia.

http://www.smh.com.au/business/vodafone-hacks-prices-20101116-17w12.html

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  Reply # 405904 17-Nov-2010 14:23 Send private message

Wouldnt that be nice at A$45

"The cheapest plan offers 1 gigabit of mobile data with unlimited phone calls and text messages, while the most expensive plan, $100 a month for at least 12 months, includes 4 gigabits of data and $100 worth of international voice and video calls."

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  Reply # 405921 17-Nov-2010 14:54 Send private message

what is also sad is that a tech journalist in the SMH doesn't know the difference between a gigabit and a gigabyte.

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  Reply # 405923 17-Nov-2010 14:56 Send private message

Maybe its only 500MB then :)

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  Reply # 406072 17-Nov-2010 20:53 Send private message

And for those who blame NZ's MTRs for out high calling costs here and support a massive cut believing it will slash prices - it's worth pointing out that Australia's current MTR rate is approximately 9c per minute.

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  Reply # 406173 18-Nov-2010 09:02 Send private message

To be competitive in the mobile marketplace vfone had no choice but to lower its prices following on from the price cuts by Optus last month.  I look forward to see what Telstra will do to maintain market share.

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