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Newcomer Circles.Life are continuing to price themselves aggressively against the local competition, with a new promotion offering over 100GBs of mobile data for AU$28/month.
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Google launches Chrome OS 78 with features like click-to-call and virtual desktops, and quietly adds several months to the lifespan of Chromebooks, too.
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Optus has officially launched their 5G offering.
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