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View Poll Results: Optus or Telstra?
Optus 22 21.78%
Telstra 76 75.25%
Other 7 6.93%
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Old 20-08-2015, 06:17 AM
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Telstra is the best.
Works most places especially remote areas.
Less drop outs. Was on a work data conference call from Melb to Adelaide and Melb to Syd with zero drop outs.
Note.. Did you know you can dial 000 emergency services from say Optus phone with no Optus reception. It will auto divert to Telstra towers if available. All providers do this as part of telco legislation.
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Default Optus or Telstra?

Telstra or bust
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Old 20-08-2015, 09:11 AM
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Telstra 👌👌👌 especially when off road
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Old 20-08-2015, 09:41 AM
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Telstra. Tried vodaphone and it was rubbish, never tried the others again.
at least with Telstra you get good coverage up to a point. They can stuff you at times but I go with them.
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This poll has been going so long, that things have changed a bit and look to change more.

The POTS is still Telstra and moved to NBN, but I'm no longer welded to them. After multiple week long outages earlier in the year, blah. We've picked up a VOIP and for $20/month, I'll save from the $45/month for Telstra.

We've had it on the mobile, but it never worked when we really needed it out west/back, so blah. With the above outages, the old mobile went to Optus, so if we can get away, then I'll see how well it goes.

The data back up for the adsl/now nbn is Telstra, but once that goes, I'll get a sim from whoever is cheapest data block.
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Old 23-07-2016, 06:43 AM
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Here's a wicked way to use Telstra prepaid if you have an android phone. If you recharge $30 on the freedom plan for instance you will get $200 or so of phone credit, I think 1.3 gig data and 30 of "recharge credit". This recharge credit can b used to buy apps and music etc on Google Play if you set up carrier billing. For example you could recharge $30 and get 1.3gig, $200 of phone calls for the month and buy the Hema app which was around $30 last I looked. I usually buy a couple of albums off the play store every month. There is a great thread on this on whirlpool.
I have got everyone in my family and quite a few mates onto this one now

So Telstra gets my vote
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I've sold before.
Many different carriers.

I'm with telstra.

Nuff said


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Old 29-12-2016, 11:14 AM
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Vodafone for my mobile
Work mobile is telstra but i dont pay for that one
Optus home internet and phone
Personally i will never deal witht telstra again
When out hunting my mate has a sat sleeve ...wierd thing just download an app connect your smart phone to it via wifi and your off and running
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