Alcatel Australia has announced a fresh offensive against rivals like Oppo that'll see the budget brand bring their 2019 range to retailers.
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Telstra has radically reshaped its collection of post-paid mobile plans for consumers and small businesses, whittling down around 1800 plans to 20 core offerings.
Alcatel Australia has confirmed they'll be launching TCL's bite-sized handset locally later this year.
More than 15 million 5G handsets are expected to be operational in Australia within five years.
The protests were promoted in a number of Facebook groups including Stop5G Australia which claims 5G is "probably the greatest threat to humanity we have ever faced" which is being delivered by the "psychopathic ruling elite".
Optus is closing out the financial year by boosting data inclusions on selected mobile plans.
LG's V50 ThinkQ 5G will be available exclusively through Telstra from as soon as next week, making it Australia's third 5G handset.
Oppo's official Twitter handle has tweeted out a video teasing their next technical innovation.
Looking for a 5G phone that's a little more affordable than Samsung's S10 5G? The Oppo Reno 5G might be the device you're after.
Belkin are introducing a nifty-looking wireless power bank designed for use with the Apple Watch.
Oppo have officially announced Australian launch details for their Reno smartphone.
Ignoring the industry headwinds against them, Huawei have announced a new mid-tier handset for the Australian market called the P30 Lite.
Huawei's MD for the Middle East has teased a potential window date for Huawei's long-rumored mobile operating system.
TCL have officially launched their BlackBerry Key2 series of smartphones into the Australian market via Amazon.
As previously promised, Telstra have officially brought HTC's 5G Hub to the Australian market.
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