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Tech Talk Radio. Tech Talk Radio is an informative and entertaining talk show heard on free to air radio as well as streamed to the world live, and via podcast.

Each week we present current news and views from Australia and abroad. Were independent, non biased and are now in our fifth year of providing consumers with valuable information to help make educated decisions when it comes to technology.

Tech Talk Radio originates from the studios of 94.1 3WBC in Melbourne live every Monday night at 8pm.

Join your host Andrew McColm (ABC Radio Talk 1116) and co host Dr. Ron along with our regulars, Mark Diggins, Graeme Callaghan and Adam Turner - journalist for the Age and SMH. Lidija Davis is our US correspondent based in Silicon Valley California. Tech Talk Radio reports on current technical developments both in Australia and abroad in an easy to digest manner format. Our panelists discuss a wide range of issues and technological gadgets, as well as respond to your dilemmas and feedback. Were passionate about technology and it shows!

Join us live in our chat room - chat.techtalkradio.com.au. Tech Talk Radio is an informative and entertaining talk show heard on free to air radio as well as streamed to the world live, and via podcast.

Each week we present current news and views from Australia and abroad. Were independent, non biased and are now in our fifth year of providing consumers with valuable information to help make educated decisions when it comes to technology.

Tech Talk Radio originates from the studios of 94.1 3WBC in Melbourne live every Monday night at 8pm.

Join your host Andrew McColm (ABC Radio Talk 1116) and co host Dr. Ron along with our regulars, Mark Diggins, Graeme Callaghan and Adam Turner - journalist for the Age and SMH. Lidija Davis is our US correspondent based in Silicon Valley California. Tech Talk Radio reports on current technical developments both in Australia and abroad in an easy to digest manner format. Our panelists discuss a wide range of issues and technological gadgets, as well as respond to your dilemmas and feedback. Were passionate about technology and it shows!

Join us live in our chat room - chat.techtalkradio.com.au-Ep 46: Hyper V, LCD manufacturers admit to price fixing, 3 Launches Affordable Facebook Phone, Optus, iiNet put filters to the test, Big is not necessarily beautiful when it comes to large screen tvs.

During the course of last week I had the task of re-connecting to mobile broadband service as a result of the theft of my broadband card the previous week. A task which on the surface should be relatively simple, painless, and quick, but in the wash up of the week was one of the most arduous tasks Ive ever undertaken.

The process was simple. Replace my Next G SIM and un-suspend the service, purchase a new Mobile Broadband card outright, and set up my lap top. Easy. Well it should have been. It all started last Tuesday when I paid a visit to my local Telstra shop to get a new SIM card and re activate my Next G account. I stood in a queue at the Camberwell branch for what seemed like an hour but was more like 20 minutes waiting and watching while 3 staff members stood around a counter pc arguing over a product code. When I was finally served, the sales person tried the up sell of a Telstra Xpress card valued at $450 of which he didnt have one. Gotta give it to them for trying! The approximate time spent in store to replace my sim card 45 minutes.

Having a Telstra SIM in hand, I headed off to my local 3 shop to buy a Xpress net connect card at a more realistic price of $199. The guy at three was most helpful, sympathetic towards my lost network card and associating my new network card to my existing account. Time spent at three was about 15 minutes no waiting but most of it paperwork. At this point,

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