Posts Tagged ‘Telstra’

Mobile internet (the cheap way)

Monday, June 20th, 2011

If you have read any of my other articles you will know that we carry and use an ANT Mobile Satellite internet system. While this system works brilliantly and is the best way to stay connected to the internet almost anywhere in Australia and NZ, it is relatively costly to setup. What if you just […]

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Getting Started – Long Term Travelling

Sunday, August 8th, 2010

Taking to the road and seeing Australia in a converted bus has been a great experience – one we intend to continue for some time. Lots of people ask us how this came about and what we did to prepare for life on the road. In this article we will look at what is involved […]

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Emergency Communications for Remote Travel

Monday, May 17th, 2010

Getting Help When You Need It Most We love to take our motorhome to some of the remotest places in Australia, we like the solitude and the feeling of isolation. I realise that this type of exploration is not for everyone, but the reason most people travel in motorhomes and caravans is to explore Australia […]

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New Telstra Phones support Dial over Bluetooth

Monday, December 1st, 2008

Unlike their previous offerings, the new phones (F852 and F858) support dialup networking (DUN) over Bluetooth. At first glance this would seem to make them an ideal choice for Australian motorhomers and caravanners. DUN over Bluetooth allows a connection to the internet to be made completely without wires, the phone does not even have to […]

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