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Telstra's prepaid overhaul

Following significant changes to its post-paid pricing, Telstra has now refreshed its prepaid offerings as well, adding more data to previously lacklustre internet browsing packs.

By May 11, 2010


Telstra sweetens data deals

Telstra has jumped on the Android bandwagon in a big way, improving its post-paid browsing packs to accommodate the higher data requirements of the HTC Desire.

By May 4, 2010


Telstra takes latest HTC Android

An hour after HTC's global launch of Desire, Aussie telco Telstra has taken first dibs on the high-end smartphone.

By February 16, 2010


Ask Us: Will my phone work on Telstra's Next G network?

In this episode of Ask Us we answer one of the most commonly asked questions about mobile phones: will my phone work on the Telstra Next G network?

By September 1, 2009


HTC HD2 exclusive to Telstra for $829

HTC has launched the HD2 in Australia, announcing an exclusive carrier partnership and a competitive price tag.

By January 18, 2010


Telstra first with free Facebook notifications

Facebook fanatics who also happen to be Telstra mobile customers can now receive Facebook notifications via SMS to their Next G handset for free.

By December 8, 2009


Telstra first to launch BlackBerry Bold 9700

Telstra tightens its grip of the smartphone market and is the first to market with the highly anticipated BlackBerry Bold update.

By November 23, 2009


Telstra to offer Next G ready laptops

Telstra has teamed up with Acer to add notebooks and laptops to its Next G range of devices, offering these machines on similar monthly contracts it sells mobile phones on.

By August 9, 2009


Telstra snares LG's world first

Telstra has announced six new handsets soon to join its Next G range, including the LG Xenon, which will be a world's first when it's released on the Australian network.

By July 7, 2009


Which carrier for your iPad SIM?

In a country like Australia with wide, open spaces and Wi-Fi hotspots as rare as hen's teeth, the choice between an iPad with 3G and one without is a no-brainer. After all, an iPad without an active internet connection is like roller skates without wheels. So who's going to get your 3G dollars, and what sort of plan will you opt-in for?

By May 27, 2010