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    Consistent answer we got was Telstra--others don't cover much out of cities or on bush fringe. A Dongle with your laptop with 10gig is only $150 and gives you Skype as well for an alternative--works quite well. over 8 years ago

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    All carriers in Australia are much of a muchness.

    Choices are:
    - Telstra
    - Optus
    - Vodafone

    If you already have a phone (unlocked) you can purchase a cheap sim card at the airport (directly next to arrivals gate) as well as a dongle. My choice is Optus for both, better range (in all areas) and affordable. I have a pre paid phone and buy $30 worth of credit per month which gives me $300 worth of calls, sms's and unlimited data on social media. To date I have never run out of credit before the month is up.

    To be absolutely honest, I have had more problems with range on my old Telstra plan than I have on Optus, even in the middle of the CBD. over 8 years ago

    Answered by LisaF via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    If your phone is unlocked, get a prepaid AMAYSIM sim (available from most supermarkets and phone shops). It uses the Optus network but is a quarter the price for calls, text and data. I changed over about 6 months ago and have never regretted it. over 8 years ago

    Answered by John W. via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    telstra with an iPhone 4S forrrr da win over 8 years ago

    Answered by k-dawg bring' in da monaaay via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    regarding calling here, if you need to call to outside Australia like me, one cheap and good way to do it is using the Global Call app. I've been using skype but it gets too expensive so I switched to Global Call, which is cheaper and they give free credits usually. Just want to share with you about a new convenient way to call abroad from Australia over 7 years ago

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