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Serious Questions Around The 5G Rollout

  The future of wireless network promises total connectivity but also holds cybersecurity and surveillance concerns Smartphone users, businesses, and everyone in between appear to be excited about the idea of 5G, the next-generation wireless network technology. Smartphone manufacturers and mobile network operators around the globe are working fervently towards full 5G accessibility. In fact, Continue reading…

Data Overload – Avoid Exceeding Your Data Limit

Nearly 19% of Australians exceed their data limit on a regular basis Research by Roy Morgan indicates that almost one third of smartphone users aged 14-24 and almost as many aged 25-34 finish their data allowance too soon. This tendency to go over the data cap drops among smartphone users aged 35-49 and continues Continue reading…

SIM Swapping – The Biggest Risk To Your Online Security

Hackers use SIM swapping to steal your personal information and your money. The United States Fair Trade Commission reported 1,038 incidents of SIM swap identity theft in January 2013. It represented nearly 3.2 percent of identity theft cases that month. By January 2016, the number had increased to 2,658. The incidents of SIM swapping continue Continue reading…

HFC Vs ADSL Vs NBN Vs Mobile Broadband

Find out which of Australia’s Internet technologies benefit you Technological advancements have led to the roll out of many new Internet technologies. Many terms and acronyms represent many different available services. This can be confusing when choosing the best technology and mobile plan for yourself. Here, we break it all down for the consumer Continue reading…

How to Watch the EPL on Optus

Even amid Optus Sport’s underwhelming World Cup performance, the platform was experiencing a lot of success as far as its numbers were concerned. Source.  Optus Sport’s reputation set to change With the SBS (Special Broadcasting Service) failing to secure another 3-year EPL (English Premier League) deal, football fans are stuck with Optus as their Continue reading…