Thursday, July 10, 2008

Telstra wake up it's called 3G for a reason

A friend of mine in Sydney emailed me this today

Their base plans have a 5MB limit?

Do Telstra realise that it's not the 1990s anymore? It's called 3G for a reason you know to encourage you to browse and download.

Whats worse is even at the highest dataplan of 3gb a month you are paying $125 for data (or $40 a gb) - NO Unlimited Plans!!!

Telstra should be nationalized by the Australian government and turned into a national asset – the excused used can be that at these pricing levels they are a threat to the future economic development of the country.

I wonder if governments globally are wondering if it really was such a smart idea to sell off their national carriers in the 80's and 90's - Does anyone know which countries have retained control and keep prices low enough to stimulate the economy?


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