18 May, 2010
some good news from Telstra
As a general speaking, Telstra mobile and mobile broadband does not have very good reputation among youngsters, despite having much much better coverage, and much more reliable network, simply because Telstra charges higher than other mobile carriers.
Just before the date Apple opened iPad pre-order in Australia, Telstra announced a pretty good prepaid data plan designed for iPad. The pretty generous quota received many positive feedback. Another good news today, Telstra will permit unused data on its pre-paid iPad 3G plans to be carried forward into the following month rather than expire at the 30 day use-by period.
And the small catch? The first month's quota on starter kit cannot be rolled over, but all the recharges can. Also, depending on how much you recharge, the new data rate (rolled over, reminding dollar) will be calculated base on your new recharge.
It seems to be fair and like the current Telstra Pre-paid mobile broadband.
Vodafone, one of the three major mobile carriers in Australia, has not announced any pricing plans designed for iPad.
Well, unlike beautiful Boston, picturesque Quincy and reputable Rochester, it's very hard to find a free Wi-Fi spot outside here. If you want to get connected, you have to pay.
Posted by Antony on 18 May 2010 9:10 PM | iPod/iPhone/iPad
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