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Best Value Unlimited Broadband – June 2016

Updated: We’ve updated our analysis with the latest information for February 2016. Data hungry? In the age of high-definition streaming and downloads, more and more internet service providers are offering unlimited data – and at extremely competitive prices. In this post, we’ve compared the best value unlimited broadband providers in Australia – both standalone (without home phone) and bundled (with home phone).

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Online TV: Netflix v Presto v Stan

With the recent introduction of global heavyweight Netflix into the local market, as well as local start-ups Presto and Stan, both backed by Australian TV networks, streaming TV is all the rage. We’ve compared all three options – see which option is the best one for you.

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Compare Private Health Insurance Policies – June 2016

Which Private Health Insurance Policy is right for you? Unlike most health insurance comparison websites, the Australian Government’s Private Health website is completely independent from the providers – they don’t receive any incentive, kickback or rebate. As a result, they should be your first port of call when selecting the health insurance plan that’s right for you.

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Broadband Bundles: Telstra v Optus – June 2016

Updated: We’ve updated our analysis with the latest information for January 2016. In this post, we’ve compared the broadband and home phone bundle prices of two of Australia’s most popular Internet Service Providers – Telstra and Optus. Both providers have offered some value-adds to incentivise you to sign up, such as included local and national calls, entertainment options as well as broadband top-ups. We’ve combined their current offers into an easy to read table so you can compare packages from both providers with ease.

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Best Value Pay as You Go (PAYG) Mobile Plans – June 2016

Updated: We’ve updated our analysis with the latest information for February 2016. Don’t use your phone too often? Pay As You Go plans might be the best way for you to minimise your mobile phone bill. In this post, we’ve looked at Australia’s best value PAYG plans across all mobile networks – see which plan is the best option for you.

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Prepaid Mobile Cap Plans (Telstra v Optus v Vodafone) – June 2016

In the ever-competitive prepaid mobile market, Australia’s big three carriers are ramping up the stakes in trying to win your business. In this comparison article, we’re comparing Australia’s big three carriers, and their prepaid monthly cap plans and weighing up the pros and cons of each to help you pick the best plan that’s right for you!

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Best $30 Mobile Plan – June 2016

In this post, we’ve analysed the best mobile plans in Australia for $30 or less. We’ve analysed both prepaid and postpaid options across a variety of different carriers and have compared them by the number of calls you can make, number of texts, amount of data as well as network coverage and speed. Scroll down for our written analysis on the best option depending on your requirements, so you can choose the best plan that suits your needs. Analysis: The Option

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Best $20 Mobile Plan – June 2016

In this post, we’ve analysed the best mobile plans in Australia for $20 or less. We’ve analysed both prepaid and postpaid options across a variety of different carriers and have compared them by the number of calls you can make, number of texts, amount of data as well as network coverage and speed. Scroll down for our written analysis on the best option depending on your requirements, so you can choose the best plan that suits your needs. Analysis: The Option Our overall best value option is Jeenee’s Pennywise $18 Plan. Powered by the Optus 4G network, the plan offers an extremely generous 300 minutes of calls, unlimited...