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'Australia's bad boy, Ruslan Kogan': PAX Australia, Kogan Mobile and Back to the Future (Girt by CNET podcast 47)

The Girt team bear down for the start of PAX Australia 2015, check in on the new-look Kogan Mobile and, in honour of Back to the Future week, offer up their visions for the future.

By 23 October 2015


​Back from the graveyard: Kogan Mobile relaunches with Vodafone

Kogan Mobile is hoping to shake off the scars of the past, partnering with Vodafone to relaunch as a "highly competitive" telco player, two years after the original mobile company collapsed.

By 19 October 2015


Kogan Mobile customers should find a new telco immediately

If you're a Kogan Mobile customer, you have no time to waste if you want to make a clean transition to a new network provider before your current account shuts down.

By 20 August 2013


Kogan Mobile announces significant price increases

Kogan Mobile has today announced to customers that in two days' time, its services will significantly increase in price.

By 29 July 2013


Kogan Mobile claims win against ISPOne

Kogan Mobile has claimed a victory today in its court case against Telstra wholesaler ISPOne.

By 1 May 2013


Is Kogan Mobile's usage policy illegal?

In the wake of claims that heavy users are being disconnected, a telco lawyer has called Kogan's policy "plainly illegal".

By 22 March 2013


Kogan Mobile live with Telstra-powered prepaid

Kogan Mobile is now on sale, offering one of the best value prepaid mobile deals in Australia.

By 13 December 2012


Amaysim cuts prices, boosts data on 'one decision' plans

Amaysim is turning five this month and is celebrating by sweetening the inclusions on its line-up of plans. But while the telco is still relatively young, Amaysim is out to prove that it's all grown up.

By 2 November 2015


Major mobile providers losing ground to smaller operators

Australian consumers are increasingly snubbing the major telcos in both the prepaid and postpaid markets.

By 30 July 2014


ACCC smacks down telco Medion for misrepresenting "unlimited" claims

Telco Medion has provided a court enforceable undertaking to the ACCC after misrepresenting its Aldi Mobile Unlimited Pack, which had significant usage restrictions.

By 6 March 2014