Viva Entertainment Group Unveils its Premium Movie Channel Package

The Company is pleased to offer this entire package to all current VivaLiveTV customers at no cost for the next thirty days. The new subscribers will have 3 days to sign up and become eligible to receive same special offer.

The Company is pleased to offer this entire package to all current VivaLiveTV customers at no cost for the next thirty days. The new subscribers will have 3 days to sign up and become eligible to receive same special offer. This package is available for purchase at monthly rate of $28.95.

Johnny Falcones, CEO, proudly adds: “VivaLive TV has been focused on creating the best viewing experience for its customers and shareholders. Just in past 10 days, we had expanded our platform with such new viewing options and features like integration with Roku®, Amazon Fire TV® platforms and launching a DVR functionality. An addition of premium content such as HBO®, SHOWTIME®, CINEMAX® and MOREMAX® confirms that Viva is well on its way of becoming the golden standard of the OTT industry. I am very proud of my management team and very thankful to all customers and shareholders. It’s a great feeling to see how Viva is moving towards becoming the best tv streaming platform in the market.”

About Viva Entertainment Group, Inc:

VIVA Entertainment Group, Inc. is a global entertainment and technology company, connecting content providers and video distributors to deliver premium content over any smart device with a screen. Viva has developed a patent pending OTT system through which television services are delivered using the Internet protocol suite over a network such as the Internet, instead of being delivered through traditional terrestrial, satellite signal and cable television formats. Viva, your entertainment partner, provides subscribers access to the content they want anywhere, anytime. With a WiFi connection our customers can watch Live TV from around the world, TV shows, as well as movies on demand, tele-video conference and many other interactive features. Independent and major film studios, television networks, telecoms, cable companies, and emerging ISPS chose to partner with Viva to offer an enhanced capabilities in multi platform video distribution. The only true end-to-end provider of premium content technology services, VIVA looks to license and deliver to traditional and OTT video distributors across the world. VIVA is a publicly traded company under the stock symbol OTTV. For more details, please visit our web at http://www.vivagroup.tv.

The aforementioned statement should be read in conjunction with the company’s period filings made with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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E-mail: jf@v-e-s.net

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REMINDER: CEVA, Inc. Second Quarter 2017 Earnings Release and Conference Call Set for August 3

The conference call will be available via the following dial in numbers:

  • U.S. Participants: Dial 1-844-435-0316 (Access Code: CEVA)
  • International Participants: Dial +1-412-317-6365 (Access Code: CEVA)

The conference call will also be available live via webcast at the following link: https://www.webcaster4.com/Webcast/Page/984/21746.

The conference call will be available via the following dial in numbers:

U.S. Participants: Dial 1-844-435-0316 (Access Code: CEVA) International Participants: Dial +1-412-317-6365 (Access Code: CEVA)

The conference call will also be available live via webcast at the following link: https://www.webcaster4.com/Webcast/Page/984/21746. Please go to the web site at least fifteen minutes prior to the call to register, download and install any necessary audio software.

For those who cannot access the live broadcast, a replay will be available by dialing +1-877-344-7529 or +1-412-317-0088 (access code: 10110214) from one hour after the end of the call until 9:00 a.m. (Eastern Time) on August 10, 2017. The replay will also be available at CEVA’s web site www.ceva-dsp.com.

About CEVA, Inc.
CEVA is the leading licensor of signal processing IP for a smarter, connected world. We partner with semiconductor companies and OEMs worldwide to create power-efficient, intelligent and connected devices for a range of end markets, including mobile, consumer, automotive, industrial and IoT. Our ultra-low-power IPs for vision, audio, communications and connectivity include comprehensive DSP-based platforms for LTE/LTE-A/5G baseband processing in handsets, infrastructure and machine-to-machine devices, advanced imaging, computer vision and deep learning for any camera-enabled device, audio/voice/speech and ultra-low power always-on/sensing applications for multiple IoT markets. For connectivity, we offer the industry’s most widely adopted IPs for Bluetooth (low energy and dual mode), Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac up to 4×4) and serial storage (SATA and SAS). Visit us at www.ceva-dsp.com and follow us on Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn.

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The best value Australian SIM-only deals in August 2017

A SIM-only deal is a mobile phone plan that offers calls, texts and data in return for a monthly fee, but doesn’t come bundled with a phone. Leaving the phone out of the equation means SIM-only deals can be much cheaper than general mobile phone deals which makes them ideal if you already have a handset or are eyeing up a SIM-free phone.

A SIM-only deal is a mobile phone plan that offers calls, texts and data in return for a monthly fee, but doesn’t come bundled with a phone. Leaving the phone out of the equation means SIM-only deals can be much cheaper than general mobile phone deals which makes them ideal if you already have a handset or are eyeing up a SIM-free phone.

To make things easy for you, we’ve gone through and combed through all of Australia’s available SIM-only plans to picks the ones we think offer the most bang for your buck. Our choices start from $16 per month for a basic plan, but we’ve also looked at more expensive plans at $40 and $60, and there are some great options for power users who need loads of data.

Discover our picks for the best outright mobile phones on the planet

Below, you’ll find the very best SIM-only deals in Australia as of August 2017. Whether you’re after the cheapest plan possible, want to dig out the best-value big data SIM plan or just want an all-round great deal but don’t know how much to spend, you should find a recommendation here that suits your needs.

Best SIM-only deals for under $25 a month

Vaya | No contracts | 1GB data | Unlimited national calls | Unlimited texts | $16 per month | Optus 4G Network

A deal that offers terrific value, Vaya’s Unlimited S plan offers unlimited national calls and texts with 1GB of data for just $16 per month. Best of all, there are no contracts involved, so your minimum cost is the initial monthly payment. Also, if you purchase the plan before June 16, 2017, you get a free 5GB data-only SIM to use as you see fit.

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Yomojo| No contracts | 2GB data | Unlimited national calls | Unlimited texts | $19.90 per month | Optus 4G Network

For just a few dollars more than the last SIM only plan, you can get an extra gig of data from Yomojo. Like the Vaya plan, you get unlimited calls and texts within Australia and there are no lock in contracts. It also works off the Optus 4G network, though you won’t get any bonus data for signing up immediately.

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Amaysim | No contracts |1.5GB data | Unlimited international calls (select countries) | Unlimited texts (select countries)| $24.90 per month | Optus 4G Network

If you regularly call and text people from other countries, Amaysim’s Unlimited 1.5GB plan might be the one for you. The plan offers unlimited international calls and texts (to select countries) for just $24.90 per month. Also, if you sign up before the end of June 2017, you’ll get the first month for just $9.90.

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Best SIM-only deals for under $40 a month

Amaysim | No contracts | 7GB data | Unlimited international calls (select countries) | Unlimited texts (select countries)| $39.90 per month | Optus 4G Network

Once again, Amaysim offers unlimited international calls and texts (to select countries), only this time, you’ll get a rather hefty 7GB of data for just $39.90 per month. There are no contracts involved, though the plan will auto-renew every 28 days.

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Vaya | No contracts | 10GB data | Unlimited national calls | Unlimited texts | $36 per month | Optus 4G Network

With Vaya’s Unlimited XL plan, you get a whopping 10GB of monthly data and unlimited national calls and texts for just $36 per month. While the plan doesn’t offer unlimited international calls, you can add 200 minutes of overseas calls to 100 select countries for just $2 extra per month.

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Optus | 12-month contract | 12GB data | $300 international calls (select countries) | Unlimited national texts | $40 per month | Optus 4G Network

Though this plan requires you to sign up to a 12-month contract, there’s an awful lot of value included here for just $40 per month. You get 12GB of monthly data, as well as $300 worth of international calls to select countries. Technically this is a 10GB plan, though you get 2GB bonus data if you sign up before June 4, 2017.

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Best SIM-only deals for under $60 a month

Amaysim | No contracts | 9GB data | Unlimited international calls (select countries) | Unlimited texts (select countries)| $49.90 per month | Optus 4G Network

Another good deal for people who crave international talk time, Amaysim’s Unlimited 9GB offers unlimited international calls and texts (to select countries) and, you guessed it, 9GB of data for just $49.90 per month. Once again, there are no contracts, though the plan will auto-renew every 28 days.

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Virgin Mobile | 12-month contract | 18GB data | Unlimited national calls | Unlimited texts | $500 international calls and text |$60 per month | Optus 4G Network

Offering a huge amount of data at an appealing price, Virgin Mobile’s $60 SIM only plan is great value for power users. You get a whopping 18GB of monthly data (which rolls over to the next month) and $500 worth of standard international calls and text.

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Virgin Mobile | No contracts | 11GB data | Unlimited national calls | Unlimited texts | $500 international calls and text |$60 per month | Optus 4G Network

Similar to the previous option, the difference with this $60 per month Virgin Mobile plan is that there’s no contracts to sign. That said, there is a downside in that it only offers 11GB of data per month rather than 18GB. Still, if that sounds like more than enough data for you, then this is a great choice for people who hate contracts.

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Should I go SIM-only?

If you a) want to save some money; b) don’t want to be tied into a lengthy contract; or c) both of the above, then going SIM-only is well worth considering. In fact, you’re probably in one of two situations if your thoughts are turning to a SIM-only mobile plan:

You’re coming to the end of your contract and your network is calling you a million times a day to get you to upgrade. Well if your phone is dying a death or you just fancy a change, head to our best mobile phones deal page to see what bargains are lurking, but otherwise going SIM only on your current phone is a no-brainer. You’ll wind up paying much less than you are under contract, and you can stick to a rolling 30 day contract so that if your circumstances change, you can get out of the arrangement tout suite.

It’s time for a shiny new smartphone and you want to get the best value humanly possible. You’ll have to find a few hundred bucks up front for the handset (be sure to check our SIM free comparison chart) but box clever and you’ll end up paying less over the next 24 months (see below). Plus, if you’re a commitment-phobe, most SIM-only plans don’t require you to sign up for two years like you would with a normal contract.What SIM card size do I need?

There are three sizes of SIM card that you can get for your phone, and the one you need will depend on your handset. It’s been a while since the traditional, so-called standard SIM (15 x 25mm) has genuinely been the staple in new phones. Instead, any phone you’ve bought within the last five or so years is much more likely to require a micro (12 x 15mm) or nano (8.8 x 12.3mm) SIM – the iPhone 5 was Apple’s first mobile with a nano SIM, while Samsung began using the smallest size in its Galaxy S6.

Before you purchase your new SIM, double-check the manufacturer’s website to see what size you require. And if you’re simply not sure, most networks now simply send out a triple SIM, so you’ll get one of each size.

What contract length should I get?

Unlike with a contract, there’s a lot more flexibility available when it comes to how long your SIM-only plan will last. Two year commitments are virtually unheard of, with the norm being either one year or rolling one month contracts for ultimate flexibility. You can often get better prices if you tie yourself in for 12 months, especially on larger data tariffs. But sticking to one month at a time means that you can effectively hand pick a new plan to suit you every 30 days or so.

How much data do I need?

Because you can change your plan up more regularly than a normal, lengthier contract, it’s less crucial to get this nailed from the start. But if you’re thinking of grabbing a 12-monther or just put a personal pride on getting things right first time, then we’ll help you pick out the sweet spot of data for you.

Firstly, check your phone to see how much data you’ve been using to date, and whether you have the tendency to use more than your current allowance every month. Then, if you’re still unsure, check out our guidance:

0-1GB Tiny amounts of data on SIM only deals could be a blessing or a curse. If you’re putting it in a rarely used phone that will scarcely be away from wi-fi then you’re quids in. But if you end up with one because your head’s turned by the incredible price, then you could end up paying more if you continually go over your allowance.2-3GB For anybody who needs data for little more than the occasional Google Maps route planning, 2GB and 3GB plans come cheap and give you much more freedom to check the football scores and scroll Facebook away from the wi-fi without danger.4-8GB If you can’t leave the house without having a music streaming service like Spotify pouring into your ears, then it might be worth paying for some extra GBs of data.10-16GB This is a significant amount of data and some networks offer it for a very appetising price. Whether streaming music, downloading podcasts, watching social media videos, or all three is your thing – you should be covered.20-30GB Only smartphone junkies that need regular (and hefty) data fixes need bother with this avalanche of GBs. You’ll be able to rinse Netflix, Spotify and online games without too much fear of topping out.Do I need unlimited calls and texts?

Call it practicality, call it greediness, call it what you want – it’s human nature to want ‘unlimited’ anything if offered. But you should think genuinely about whether you really need it in a world where the likes of WhatsApp and Skype let you call and text for free over wi-fi or 4G. If you decide that a few thousand monthly minutes and texts should do you, then you could shave off some cash from your bill.

The SIM-only deals on this page are checked regularly, so make sure you visit often if you want to get the most up-to-date information on the deals that are currently available!

The best Australian broadband deals for August 2017

Finding the best broadband internet deals can be a bit of a minefield because there are so many options. Do you go for fibre broadband if it’s available in your area? Should you get 100Mbps cable broadband instead? Are you best off sticking with good-old ADSL? Whatever service you currently have, we reckon we can get you a great broadband deal.

Finding the best broadband internet deals can be a bit of a minefield because there are so many options. Do you go for fibre broadband if it’s available in your area? Should you get 100Mbps cable broadband instead? Are you best off sticking with good-old ADSL? Whatever service you currently have, we reckon we can get you a great broadband deal.

It’s important to note these recommendations do not take into consideration other factors which could make certain deals a better option for you. For instance, do you already have a Telstra mobile plan and home phone line? If so, combining them with a Telstra cable or ADSL connection on the same Telstra bill could save you money overall. We’ll leave these decisions to you, though.

On this page, you’ll find a list of our recommended broadband deals separated into three types of connection: ADSL, cable and fibre (NBN). We’ll update this page regularly when offers change or new ones become available, so it’s worth coming back to this article when you’re ready to sign up for a new plan.

When applying for new broadband deals, make sure you’re not already signed up to a contract you can’t get out of – most broadband contracts are on 12 or 18 month terms, so it’s important to contact your current provider before committing to anything else.

Another thing worth noting is some services may not be available in your area. If a particular deal seems good to you, head over to the provider’s website to find out if it’s available at your address.

Another notable recent development is that some providers have scrapped separate line rental charges, so others could also follow suit in the coming months.

Now let’s get to the best broadband deals of August 2017!

Best ADSL deals

ADSL customers have a number of great options on offer, ranging from a sensible amount of data to straight up unlimited downloads. Depending on the amount of data you’re likely to use each month, you’ll almost certainly be able to find a great broadband deal to suit your needs.

$40-$50

Belong | Unlimited | ADSL2+ | No contracts | $50 a month (+$60 setup fee) | Telstra network | For just $50 a month with no lock-in contracts, Belong is offering customers unlimited data with some conditions. First, you’ll need an existing Telstra phone line, and secondly, there is a small $60 setup fee involved. If this deal is available in your area, it’s certainly a good option to look into. Minimum cost for the first month: $110

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$50-$70

Optus | Unlimited | ADSL2+ | No contracts | $60 a month (+$200 setup fee) | Optus network | This deal, which is available exclusively online, offers unlimited data on the Optus network for $60 with a $200 setup fee. The deal includes a Wi-Fi modem. Minimum cost for the first month: $260

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$70+

Telstra | 1TB | ADSL2+ | 24 month contract | $99 a month ($89 setup fee) | Telstra network | If you’ve don’t mind being on a 24-month contract, Telstra’s ‘Best Bundle Ever’ deal offers 1TB of data per month, home phone, a Wi-Fi modem and a Telstra TV streaming device for $99 a month. Minimum total cost (24 month contract): $2,465

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Best cable deals

If sturdiness and incredible speed is what you’re after, cable is a good option for those who can get it. Offering speeds of up to a whopping 100Mbps, cable can be a suitable alternative to fibre connections, depending on your plan. Unlike ADSL, you don’t need a phone line and your monthly quota is generally high. That said, you can experience decreased bandwidth during peak usage hours.

$40-$60

Optus | Unlimited | Cable | no lock-in contract| $60 a month (+$200 setup fee) | Though it comes with a hefty $200 upfront fee, it’s hard to beat Optus’ unlimited cable internet plan, which has no lock-in contract, for only $60 a month. This 60 Plan Cable M2M option also includes a free Wi-Fi modem. Minimum cost for the first month: $260.

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$60-$80

Optus | Unlimited | Cable| 24 month contract | $80 a month ($0 setup fee) | Just like the ADSL version of this plan, Optus’ 80 Plan Cable gives you the security and service consistency of a large provider, and offers unlimited data for $80 a month on a 24 month contract. It also includes an advanced AC Wi-Fi modem and a Yes TV by Fetch Mighty set top box. Minimum total cost over 12 months: $1,920.

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$80+

Telstra | 4TB | Cable| 24 month contract | $80 a month ($0 setup fee) | There’s honestly not a lot of reason to go past the Optus deal above, but if you can only get Telstra cable in your area (but still need huge amounts of data) then the telco’s Home Internet XL Bundle will net you a whopping 4TB for $140 a month. When used in conjunction with the Telstra speed booster add-on for $20 extra a month, you’ll get maximum speeds of 100Mbps. Minimum total cost over 24 months: $3,549.

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Best fibre (NBN) deals

$40-$60

Optus | Unlimited | NBN | no lock-in contract| $60 a month (+$200 setup fee) | Afraid of NBN commitment? Optus’ M2M 60 Plan is a good option for those who want unlimited data at an affordable price but don’t want to sign any contracts. Max speed is 12mbps. A Wi-Fi modem is included. Minimum cost for the first month: $260

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$60-$80

Optus | Unlimited | NBN | no lock-in contract | $80 a month ($200 setup fee) | Much like the previous deal, only the extra $20 you’ll be paying per month will raise your max speed to 25mbps and get you a Mighty Fetch TV thrown in for good measure. Minimum cost for the first month: $280

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$80+

iiNet |Unlimited | NBN | 24 month contract | $99.99 a month ($10 setup fee) | Offering unlimited downloads at the top 100Mbps speeds for just under $100 a month, it’s hard to go past iiNet’s terrific ‘Liimitless’ data plan. If you also want a home phone line, you can pay an extra $10 for unlimited local and national calls, or $20 if you want to also include standard calls to mobiles. If that doesn’t interest you, you can stick with the basic option and opt for pay-as-you-go phone usage. Minimum total cost over 24 months: $2,409.76

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