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Vodafone giving customers free unlimited data this weekend

Posted by April 22nd 2021

Vodafone customers will get access to unlimited data this weekend (April 24 to April 25, 2021), without any speed caps or restrictions Australia-wide. This unlimited data weekend is a gesture of goodwill from Vodafone, and is …

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OPPO Find X3 Pro Review

Posted by April 28th 2021

The OPPO Find X3 Pro is OPPO’s flagship smartphone of 2021, packed with some of the best technology the company has ever put in a phone. It’s a premium, high-end phone with a price to …

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How to watch Handmaid’s Tale season 4 in Australia

Posted by April 29th 2021

The wait is over! The Handmaid’s of Gilead are back for a fourth season and, somehow, things have gotten even wilder. Originally set to be released in Autumn 2020, the series was delayed due to …

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Apple announces new iPhone 12 colour, AirTags, new iPad and more

Posted by April 21st 2021

Good news, Apple fans! Overnight, Apple announced a wide range of new products, including a gorgeous new iPhone 12 colour (purple!), a new iPad, a colourful new range of iMacs and the long-awaited AirTags. Unfortunately, we …

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How to watch Sons of Sam: Descent into Darkness

Posted by April 29th 2021

The Son of Sam was one of the most infamous serial killers. Every true crime fan knows the tale of the postal worker and the demon dog, but if you think you know the whole …

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How to score $150 off your energy bills with Powershop

Posted by April 21st 2021

Australia’s greenest energy provider Powershop has supercharged its referral program, offering $150 to new customers who make the switch. Not only will new customers walk away with credits on their energy bills, but existing Powershop customers …

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Victorian household energy debt higher despite recovering economy

Posted by April 21st 2021

Household energy debt continues to grow for many Victorians as new data from the state’s independent economic regulator announced a 35 per cent increase in debt since April 2020.  Despite a recovering economy, Victorian customers are …