Monday, 23 November 2015

Telstra Has The Lowest Amount Of Complaints Of All Major Telecommunication Companies, According To Ombudsman

The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman have released the figures from a recent study on customer complaints. TIS found Telstra leading the pack, with only 6 complaints per 10,000 customers, from April to June 2015. Telstra attributes their success to paying attention to customers needs when they raise them. Telstra also do everything in their power to make sure nothing goes wrong in the first place, so customers never have to raise a complaint.Optus saw a huge rise in complaints the last twelve months. 8.5 complaints were registered per 10,000 customers, up from 5.2 last year. Optus credits the complaints to problems with landline and home internet, as well as keeping up with data usage. Optus also saw a drop in mobile users, decreasing from 9.3 million to 9.2 million customers.Cause For Comment Nearly half of the complaints registered with the TIS were about cell phones. Billing and payment was the most common area of dispute, followed by customer service. Other Common Complaints

Samsung Galaxy S7 Release Date, Rumors, And News

Mobile phone aficionados cannot wait for Samsung to drop the Galaxy S7. The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge breathed new life into Samsung’s brand with stunning features and design. The world wonders will Samsung do it again with the S7?We’ll have to wait and find out, however, as Samsung has officially announced the release date of the S7 as early 2016, a little too late for the holidays, but likely to be worth the wait. Samsung usually unveils its flagship products at Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress in March, and is likely to do the same for the Galaxy S7.In the meantime, we’ve compiled all of the news and updates on the Samsung Galaxy S7.Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Updates, Rumors, and NewsProduct: Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 EdgeRelease Date: Possibly as early as January 2016, otherwise at MWC in MarchExpected Cost: The S7 is slated to be one of the most expensive phones of next yearSamsung is rumored to be in talks with Sony to incorporate an IMX300 Xperia Z5 camera sensor. The 23MP sc

Saturday, 21 November 2015

Telstra Shop: Picking a Smartphone to Keep Up-to-Date with the News

According to The Sydney Morning Herald, Australians use their smartphones to read news more than any other nationality. A survey by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford found revealed that 59 per cent of all smart phones in Australia is used to stay updated with the news. The study also found that Aussies don’t only like to read news; they like to discuss it online as well through platforms like Facebook. If you are one of the many people likes to stay updated with the latest headlines, you need a phone that can keep up with you. Here are some tips from a Melbourne Telstra shop to help you pick a smartphone. Choose a Device Wisely No doubt, you already have some ideas of what device you should pick. By far, the most popular brands of smartphones available today are Apple and Samsung. Both are safe bets and excellent choices for the news-savvy people.

Friday, 20 November 2015

Tips from Melbourne Telstra Shops: Avoiding Unexpectedly High Bills

Did you go way over your data limit for this month? It is likely that you found an unpleasant surprise waiting for you in mobile plan bill. When you are on a tight budget for all of your expenses, it can really throw a wrench in your plans. Now, you will have to spend the extra money you had tucked away for a rainy day. You can actually avoid getting an unexpectedly high bill by keeping your data consumption in control. Here are a few tips form trusted Melbourne Telstra shops like TelcoWorld Corp Pty Ltd. Track Your Usage One of the best ways to avoid high bills is to keep track of your usage. First, find out just how much your data allowance is and how it is measured. Also, try to figure out how your provider actually charges you for each megabyte over the limit. Track your unbilled charges before the month is over so you can see if you have already exceeded your limit.

Thursday, 19 November 2015

Quick Fixes: Remedies for Samsung Phones That Don’t Charge Properly

Finding out that your phone failed to charge at all before leaving for work in the morning is one of the little things that can really ruin your dig in a big way. You may automatically think that the fault lies in your battery or the charger but your phone. Some Samsung handsets like the Galaxy A8 are known their charging issues. Before you take it to a phone repair shop in Melbourne as a last resort, however, you could try some of these fixes to find out if your phone really is the problem. Restart Your Phone “Have you tried turning it off and on again?” is probably the most overused line by tech guys. Don’t be so quick to dismiss this as a useless tip; sometimes your phone just needs to restart in order to start working again. For instance, if you have been heavily using your phone while charging it at the same time, the charging might become slower. Try switching the phone off and on again. If it fixes the problem, then you are all set.

Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Mobile Phone Repairs: What to Avoid When Fixing Water Damaged Devices

Dropped your phone into the toilet or spilled your drink on it? Don’t panic; you can still save your device from irreparable water damage if you act quickly. Before you take your gadget, to a mobile phone repairs expert in Melbourne, there are a few things you can do to minimise the damage. You must, however, be careful in trying to fix up your phone to ensure that it will still work as it should afterwards. Here are some things you should avoid doing at all cost. Don’t Leave it Wet It doesn’t matter if you have completely submerged your phone in water or accidentally splashed it, you should never leave it wet for too long. Immediately dry out your phone so the water doesn’t do any more damage. First, wipe it off. Then, try to get water out from the ports and sockets without blowing on them and shaking or tapping the phone. Don’t try to take your phone apart to get to the water that seeped in especially if you don’t want to void the warranty.

Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Melbourne iPhone Screen Repair: What to Do When Your Screen Gets Stuck

Every iPhone owner is familiar with the frustration that ensues every time the device hangs. As an iPhone is essentially a compact computer, device crashes make it hard to make a call, send a message, read emails, or finish other time-sensitive tasks. Basic troubleshooting requires you to reset your iPhone, which can mean something as simple as restarting your device. At times, though, you may have restore its factory settings, which involves deleting most of its content and personalized data. While you can perform this on your own, it would still be best to see your trusted Melbourne iPhone screen repair technician before resorting to such a drastic action.

Monday, 16 November 2015

Apple's Tiny Shock Absorbers: A Surprising New Patent

Have you ever cracked a screen by dropping your iPhone? Or damaged your SIM card, when your phone hit the sidewalk? Obviousy a lot, as 30% of iPhones have

DIY iPhone Repair: 5 Quick Fix Tips that Might Help with Audio Issues

Various problems plague iPhone users here in Melbourne, and many of these concerns have something to do with audio. Audio issues range from the phone not ringing or making alert sounds and disappearing volume bars to unrecognized headphones and utter loss of sound when music is played. While they may be caused by several factors, you can take some steps that might reduce the impact of the problem before getting in touch with an iPhone repair service. Try the following measures for a quick fix: 1. Restart your iPhone. Like a lagged PC, your iPhone may just need a refresher. If it’s just a harmless bug, resetting your iPhone should do the trick. To do this, hold the Power/Sleep and home button at the same time until the screen blacks off and turn it back on again until you see the Apple logo. This solution won’t affect any of your personal settings and files.