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Topic # 42629 8-Oct-2009 09:56
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Im going over to Aussie today and need mobile broadband of some sort.  Im thinking of getting a SIM card over there and going on some sort of prepaid system.  Would anyone have any recommendations on who to go with?  I'll be in Sydney and there abouts for most of my trip.  Everything will be done via my phone of course. 

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  Reply # 262331 8-Oct-2009 10:30
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When I went to AU I used Telstra, I found they were a little more expensive than the others but had the best 3g Coverage for my phone

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  Reply # 262334 8-Oct-2009 10:38
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I definitely recommend Telstra because of their coverage. It is awsome.




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  Reply # 262343 8-Oct-2009 11:01
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Cool thx for the info.. I'll go see them first..

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