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Unlimited mobile data plans are fairly common when it comes to mobile internet in New Zealand… but do you really need one for yourself? Find out by weighing up its pros and cons.
Does getting naked sound a bit too much? We’re not talking about stripping naked… we’re talking about NZ’s most in-demand internet plans; naked broadband. Naked broadband means having a broadband plan without a landline....
It’s no surprise that New Zealand attracts 3 million travellers a year... who wouldn’t want to get a piece of the beautiful scenery and adventures that the country has to offer? No matter what you have planned for the trip, you...
Although mobile data in New Zealand is relatively cheap nowadays, it still has one of the most expensive around the world. Cable.co.uk recently released a mobile data comparison report where NZ ranks 180 out of 250 countries in term...
Whether you are into an ADSL, VDSL, or fibre plans, you will find the optimum deal at best prices at Glimp.
Winter arrives! Winter has its ups and downs, but one of the main downsides is how cold it gets!
New mobile phones are being launched every few months and the latest phones are getting smarter and smarter. They do come for a price and you could be paying hundreds of dollars just to replace yours in case it gets stolen, lost or damaged.
Think about what you need for your mobile plan. The details of your mobile plan can be more complicated than you think, so you have to figure out precisely what you need.
Buying a new mobile phone is not an easy decision. We rely on our mobiles so much nowadays that it is essential to have a device that suits you and that you feel comfortable with.
We live in an era where everything is based on information and speed. How fast you can access the information that you need, how quickly you can communicate with someone and how accessible the internet is for you, all this is about to get even faster: 5G data.
Great getting the broadband at a cheaper rate for 6 months but didnt score a good deal for the power - paying a little more than the one I was with.