Zac Kelly

Zac Kelly Zachariah Kelly is a telco content writer for Canstar Blue and consumer news journalist, specialising in all things phone, internet and streaming, with a soft spot for video games. He's fresh out of university with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Social Political Sciences from UTS and has previously written for Nine News, The Daily Mail, Junkee, Kotaku and GOAT. He's passionate about helping people make the right purchase decisions and understanding all things tech.

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Exetel NBN Speeds

Posted by May 27th 2020

Exetel is a massively successful independent internet service provider, now making a name for itself in the world of NBN, delivering competitive plans with a reputation for good service to boot. The company has been running …

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National Broadband Network (NBN)

Posted by May 28th 2020

The National Broadband Network (NBN) is an Australia-wide internet network being rolled out across the country to replace our old ADSL technology and give Australians a faster, more reliable fixed-line broadband service. It sees old …

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Vodafone NBN Speeds

Posted by May 26th 2020

Vodafone has established a great name for itself in Australia since coming from the UK. As one of Australia’s three big telcos, Vodafone operates 3G, 4G and 5G networks across the country, but it also …

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Flip NBN announces free student assistance package

Posted by May 26th 2020

NBN provider Flip has announced a support package for school-aged children and their families, off the back of the NBN's $150 million relief package to support students working from home. Flip's 'Student Buddy' package is the …

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Vice and Amaysim launch ‘At Home With Amaysim’ web series

Posted by May 22nd 2020

Feeling bored in isolation? Amaysim and Vice have teamed up to bring you 'At Home With Amaysim' a social media collaboration providing Australians with some lockdown entertainment. 'At Home With Amaysim' is a variety-style web series, …

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Netflix to start cancelling inactive subscriptions

Posted by May 22nd 2020

Netflix is rolling out a new feature that should help out the budgets of some of its less active customers. Announced as of yesterday (May 21), Netflix will start asking any account holder that has been …

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AFL players take to Fortnite for $100,000 charity game stream

Posted by May 22nd 2020

As if Fortnite didn’t already blow us away earlier - housing an exclusive first viewing of a trailer for Christopher Nolan’s new movie “Tenet”- AFL stars and popular Fortnite players will each be taking to …

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MyRepublic NBN Speeds

Posted by May 27th 2020

Established originally in Singapore to service gamers, MyRepublic has made a name for itself in Australia's broadband space by focusing on the main attraction of the NBN - the speed. Since coming to Australia in …

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Aussie Broadband NBN Speeds

Posted by May 23rd 2020

Aussie Broadband has recently emerged as one of Australia's premium NBN providers, enjoying an excellent reputation for customer service, as well as the speed performance of its NBN plans. Operating out of Victoria since 2003, …