Searching for the best telegraph has become a chore for many Australians, but some have turned to the internet to find their fix.
Here are the best alternatives to the telegraph.
Read more”I’ve been looking for cheap telegrams for the past three weeks, and I found some really nice deals, but I’ve got to say I really liked the telegram for the amount of time I was able to read it,” one user said.
“It was nice to see the daily schedules on it, I thought it would be a good thing to know if there were any telegraphed news that could be used for advertising,” another said.
The telegraph offers daily schedules and weekly and monthly news for a fee of about $3.50 a week.
It’s available in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Russian.
You can sign up to receive text messages from the telegams using your mobile phone number, which you can change if you wish.
You’ll also receive an email when there’s a new telegram in the newsfeed.
“I just wanted to share my experience with you because I really enjoy using the telex,” another user said on the service.
“Its really helpful to know when news gets updated in the morning and when news comes in at night.”
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