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Telstra offers updated plans with TV-streaming trials, not Netflix

Telstra more than doubles their data allowances on most plans alongside offering 6-month subscriptions to TV-streaming service Presto

By Chris Smith on Mar 30, 2015 03:33 am CDT - 0 mins, 45 secs reading time

Upping their data offerings and providing users with a free 6-month subscription to Foxtel owned TV-streaming service Presto, Telstra are taking one closer step towards the world of mobile TV entertainment.

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There's a myriad of new plan upgrades ranging from BYO device to casual plans being made available. These deals range from their $45 AU per month offering now being upgraded from 500mb to 2GB (BYO device) and their casual $70 AU per month plan seeing a large 3.5GB raise to 6GB in total.

Not only does this allow some leeway for those who wish to stream their favorite TV shows whilst at home or commuting, it also helps match the data offerings from other companies like Amaysim who have offered a no-lockin BYO device plans for $44.90 per month for quite some time now.

The next step is hopefully unmetered data usage.

These new Telstra plans will come into effect on April 9.

Chris Smith

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