Vodafone are pretty proud of their 4G network and have found a pretty brilliant way of showcasing its capabilities. The team mounted 3x Samsung Galaxy S7s to the front of a BMW M6, 3x Galaxy S2 tablets to the inside the windscreen, threw in 5x Supercars champion Mark Skaife behind the wheel and...
  • Vodafone launching 20GB pm mobile plan

    This week something new is coming for hungry mobile users in Australia. As we all cry out for larger data caps, Vodafone is attempting to lead the way at the top end. From Wednesday 9th September, Vodafone will offer a new $130pm Red plan that buys you 15GB of...
  • Vodafone customers get double the data until 2014

    Vodafone prepaid customers are getting a nice little present in the lead up to Christmas. Voda have announced it will double its included data allowance on a $30 Prepaid Cap to 1GB. Australians are very familiar with the severely overpriced data caps in this country, so we have to...
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    Vodafone’s Big Life Switch, your best chance to win a GALAXY S4 [Sponsored]

    Vodafone are running a new campaign to encourage the recycling of your old technology at the Big Life Switch. With millions of new devices being sold every year, end of life for our gadgets is something we all need to deal with. Recycling the devices means it’ll be deconstructed...
  • Telco rap battle may be the best thing since sliced bread

    What started in the UK with telco’s O2 and Tesco, a rap battle over twitter has now reached Australia. While most competitors will avoid mentioning the name of a competitor like they’d avoid a hungry zombie, it seems this afternoon something very different and refreshing played out online. After...
  • Testing out Vodafone’s New 4G Network: 45000kbps Up, I can live with that

    Over the past couple of days, it is good news for Vodafone customers with the gradual rollout of Vodafone’s new 4G network. It is currently available to selected customers in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Wollongong, and other suburbs scattered around. I’ve been lucky to get...
  • Vodafone Australia loses another 216,000 customers

    Vodafone has had another blow with another 216,000 customers leaving the telco in the first three months of 2013. The company confirmed the loss overnight that they had lost another 216,000 customers between January and the end of March this year, which brings the networks customer base down to...
  • Nokia Lumia 720 coming this month through Vodafone and Virgin Mobile

    Unveiled in February at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the Nokia Lumia 720 is a midrange smartphone which Nokia claims has the best camera in its class. It features a 6.7 megapixel rear camera with a Car Zeiss lens and an f/1.9 aperture to take in all that light...
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    Giveaway: Vodafone Lap Racer could win you F1 tickets

    To celebrate the 2013 F1 season and to celebrate their global sponsorship of Mercedes McLaren and Jenson Button, Vodafone have developed a new game called ‘Lap Racer’. The game is a 3/4 view racing game where you control Jenson’s F1 car around the track. While the controls are basic,...
  • Vodafone facing class action

    Law firm Piper Alderman has just announced their plan to issue a class action against Vodafone after years of customer complaints. The law firm has over 23,000 customers who have completed a survey and indicated their intention to join the class action, although only one single person has actually...
  • Samsung Galaxy S III now on sale! [Full spec list]

    This morning the long awaited, much hyped Samsung Galaxy S III was announced in Sydney. While we usually see months between the announcement and release date, this is something quite unique. The Samsung Galaxy S III is now on sale in Australia. Sure the third version of the Galaxy...
  • Vodafone launch Windows 8 app

    A number of us early adopters have begun to use Windows 8 Consumer Preview as our primary Operating System. We’re now in the cycle of checking the Store daily for new apps. This morning turned up an Australian gem, the Vodafone Windows 8 app, the first telco in Australia...
  • Telstra charging $5 for Visual Voicemail, slammed by customers

    Telstra has finally launched Visual Voicemail today for iPhone customers, more than 2 years after competitor Vodafone. Naturally Telstra has to throw their own unique spin on it, calling the optional service ‘Message Bank Plus’. Telstra explains how it works.. By linking up with the iPhone’s voicemail interface, MessageBank...
  • Vodafone spend $500 Million to fix failing network

    Vodafone have currently spent $500 million this year on improving its network after increased customer loss and disaffection. The network has been experiencing large amount of faults, dropped calls, slow data speeds, inconsistent coverage and long holding times for support. This has been coming for six months with more...

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