From @KFCAustralia bringing back its much-wanted Mashies to @CommBank saving us money with its removal of ATM withdrawal fees, October was a big month on Twitter, with exciting announcements coming from some of the world’s biggest brands.
@Apple’s iPhone 8 hype continued well into October with Twitter users loving the new features.
A new generation of iPhone. Available now. pic.twitter.com/oEqZ9JzGMa
— Apple (@Apple) September 28, 2017
@EAStarWars engaged our hyperdrives when it gave us even more time to try new Battlefront 2 content.
— EAStarWars (@EAStarWars) October 9, 2017
@FlyAirNZ partook in a dad joke or two, with its very useful advice for father’s travelling with children.
— Air New Zealand (@FlyAirNZ) October 16, 2017
In a first for Australian banks, @CommBank removed its ATM withdrawal fees. Understandably, Twitter users were quite happy about this.
— CommBank (@CommBank) September 27, 2017
Just when you thought @thekillers performing their all-time best tune was as good as it gets, add in the AFL Grand Final and @JackRiewoldt08, and you’ve got the recipe for a great time.
— AFL on 7 (@7AFL) September 30, 2017
@LouisVuitton_au spiced up its second collection of bags with h a collaboration with artist @JeffKoons.
— Louis Vuitton AU (@louisvuitton_au) October 12, 2017
What’s better than watching football? Watching two hilarious blokes watching football! @OptusSport first episode of @GNev2’s Soccerbox saw great engagement for some amazing original content.
— Optus Sport (@OptusSport) September 27, 2017
@KFCAustralia has given the people what they want and brought Mashies back! BRB just heading to the closest drive-thru.
IT’S FINALLY HAPPENING … MASHIES ARE BACK! And this time… they’ve got gravy on the inside 🤤 We’ll just give you a moment… pic.twitter.com/k5WLuX3d3y
— KFC Australia (@KFCAustralia) October 2, 2017
They’re back, pitches. @UniversalPicsAu added to the hype with the release of the third and final Pitch Perfect 3 trailer. It definitely wasn’t a dis-aca-pointment.
— Universal Pictures (@UniversalPicsAU) September 25, 2017
Seems Aussie Twitter users still have the ‘same love’ for Macklemore’s hit song after his performance at the 2017 NRL Grand Final.
— The Australian (@australian) September 28, 2017