Following on the heels of rivals, Telstra has unveiled their own set of Click Frenzy phone plan deals.
After an extensive advertising campaign, Telstra’s new loyalty program launched today, allowing customers to earn points on eligible purchases - which can be redeemed for discounts on some new tech.
Telstra has officially taken the wrappers off its new tier-based loyalty program giving customers the opportunity to earn points and rewards based on spending.
Samsung's second-gen Galaxy Book2 is now available in Australia through Samsung and Telstra.
Telstra says it is the first Australian telco to support eSIMs on compatible Windows 10 devices.
HTC has unveiled its new 5G Smart Hub, a 5G mobile hotspot that support up to 20 users and will be available to Telstra customers later this year.
Oppo has confirmed that it'll working with Telstra and Optus to bring its first 5G smartphone to Australia in 2019.
The roll out of the NBN has impacted Telstra's net profit after tax, which dropped 28 per cent to $1.2 billion in the half year ended 31 December 2018.
Telstra has claimed that at least some of the first wave of 5G devices hitting will be exclusive to their network.
Telstra has upgraded two base stations in Sydney and one in Melbourne in preparation for the expected launch next year of its first 5G services.
Telstra customers can now access Australia’s newest sports streaming service, Kayo, by adding it to their home broadband or post-paid mobile account.
Alcatel has launched the Telstra Essential 8" tab, an affordable tablet for families.
Telstra has enabled voice commands for the Telstra TV through Google Assistant that match the features customers are most likely to use.
The Telstra Smart Modem Gen 2 will introduce 4G voice failover, as well as a new look.
Telstra has announced that it will offer the iPhone XR to its customers.
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