Vodafone's offering is cheap, but highly inconsistent network performance issues are still a major problem, making the Pocket WiFi quite a bit less extreme than it may first seem.
Typical price: $109.00
Vodafone's new modem isn't entirely mega, but it did show us the promise of better speeds than we're used to seeing out of the carrier.
Typical price: $99.00
Compass makes an excellent navigation tool for casual users looking for directions a few times a month or year. More frequent users should look to something more robust with absent features, like traffic monitoring and voice commands.
Typical price: $8.00
There isn't much to differentiate the Pocket WiFi from similar devices in regards to performance, but the addition of its LED display gives it a leg-up in usability.
Typical price: $119.00
Australians travelling to New Zealand no longer have to worry about exorbitant roaming fees, or even paying a daily fee, with news that Vodafone is making its usual AU$5 Roaming charge free for trips to NZ.
'Never' might be a bit of a stretch, but Vodafone says we shouldn't expect unmetered video streaming on our morning commute in the near term.
Vodafone is the second British telecommunications company in two weeks to be on the receiving end of a serious hack.
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.
On Wednesday, the two telecommunications companies announced a deal that will see TPG migrate its customers to Vodafone, who it will provide 5G-capable optic fibre infrastructure for through 2015.
A journalist says she is "appalled, outraged and very upset" amid claims her communications records were accessed by Vodafone staff, with privacy experts warning that this kind of data is "readily compromisable."