Telstra says it now has more than 2.1 million customers on its 4G network, leaving rival telecommunication providers in its wake.
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iiNet has revealed today it will soon offer customers a range of 4G plans, alongside the announcement that it now offers two of Samsung’s newest smartphones.
Both Telstra and Optus reported healthy speeds on their next-generation 4G/LTE networks on New Years Eve, in arguably one of the first major tests for the high-speed networks.
The Optus network is rolling out 4G in a game of catchup with Telstra and its wildly deployed Next G 4g network. Optus is selling 2 modems, a USB and a Wifi varient. This is a look at the Wifi modem. Hardware I have been a fan of Huawei for years and this new model does not disappoint The E589 is larger than the 3g modems that Huawei sells via Optus and Vodafone. It still uses [...]
in brief Telstra has confirmed it will launch the 4G iteration of Samsung’s Galaxy SIII on October 9, with the device already available through its online store.
Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) has confirmed it will begin providing customers with SMS alerts prior to an emergency situation, beginning at the end of next year.
In the early hours of this morning, Optus and Telstra confirmed that they will soon offer the popular Samsung Galaxy SIII on both their 4G networks across Australia.
From tomorrow, September 1, new Australian telecommunication protections will come into force, aimed at providing further protection to consumers and dealing with many of the issues between customers and telecommunications providers that have risen over the past few years.
Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) division has at long last confirmed it too plans to roll out its own 4G network from next year, ending months of speculation over when it planned to turn on its 4G-capable equipment.
Optus has confirmed it is now selling Samsung’s latest Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet, with the device debuting on a range of plans across Optus’ consumer and business facets.