Virgin Mobile has announced it is the first Aussie telco to offer data rollover on its postpaid plans.
Samsung has officially pushed back the launch of the Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge, as Telcos turn on their pre-orders for the extra large phones.
Sharp's first US phone is the Sprint-exclusive, mid-range Aquos Crystal, and it looks quite nice for a budget handset.
UpdatedAs 4G tech continues to develop and evolve, TechRadar is here to explain everything you need to know about LTE in Australia.
Pre-orders have been running for a while, but today you can walk into a store starting today and pick one up for yourself.
The telco has lowered its excess data charges by 15 cents per MB, with charges dropping to $0.052 per MB instead.
For those bemoaning their data allowance on their current plan, Virgin Mobile will double the data for its $60 and $90 plan if you sign up before May 11.
It's been over a year since the telco began offering LTE services on postpaid plans, but Virgin Mobile is now giving prepaid customers a 4G option as well.