A mobile solution that claims to be "unlimited" in data is rarely actually that way, but Telstra's latest plan is as close as we've been, you just need to pay for it.
Our mobiles are used for more than just phone calls, and if you're on Vodafone, you'll be able to account for some of that with a flat rate. Kinda.
Telstra is in the news again this week, and again, it's not for a great reason, as it turns out the Australian court system disagrees with its advertising.
We're seeing quite a bit of activity on the whole "unlimited" mobile data front lately, but Australia's newest mobile network might have found a way to beat every one else, with an offering of free data and a fairly reasonable catch.
The release of unlimited plans last week sparked curiosity, interest, and then outrage. Unlimited is awesome, but unlimited with restrictions... less so. Is 2018's definition of unlimited mobile data fair?