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Some TVs have the ability to upgrade their insides to be faster and better, but not everyone has a Samsung with this feature. For everyone else, this upgrade pack doesn’t exist, though Aussie e-tailer Kogan has a potential fix.
Want a big phone without a big cost? Australian e-tailer Kogan has come up with a budget solution, offering a large screen without the equally large price.
One of Telstra’s mobile connection wholesalers has gone into administration, and that means mobile services will be affected. In this instance, Aldi has found a way to stick around, but the news isn’t quite as good for Kogan’s mobile service.
How many people use the same smartphone ringtone? That’s the question Kogan’s CEO is asking, with an idea that everyone should change their ringtone with a new national day.
Remember when the TV everyone sat around wasn’t big? It only seemed like a few years ago, and yet last year, the most popular TV size sat around the 47 inch mark. This year, it could be pushed as high as 55 inches diagonally, and Kogan is showing that it can make that competitive with a $700 telly.
Ruslan Kogan appears to be attempting tick every box he can to get people to buy a new TV with the unveiling of a new model that is not only inexpensive, but packs in some very interesting features that is apparently a “world first.”
How do you like your phones: small, medium, large, or extra large? If you chose the latter, be prepared to be impressed, with Huawei going for more than just the budget section of the market in a massive phone that has a mid-range price.
There are a plethora of mobile providers out there, but if you’re not satisfied with the likes of Telstra, Optus, Vodafone, Virgin, Amaysim, Aldi, Kogan, or any of the others that we all hear from, now there’s another group entering the fray.
Aldi sells a lot of things. Meat. Yoghurt. Drinks. We’ve even seen a few rebranded MSI laptops from Aldi’s Medion brand. This week, Aldi launched a mobile service, and what goes best with one of those…?
Not looking to lose loads of that precious money on a bill shock? German supermarket chain Aldi has joined the mobile game with a few plans that are sure to grab people.