The global body representing mobile operators, the GSMA, has launched a new online analytical tool — the Mobile Connectivity Index — to measure the ability of more than 130 countries to enable billions of their citizens to access to the Internet for the first time.
The 2014 Melbourne Cup’s mobile Internet service is reported to be sorted, with Telstra, Optus and Vodafone increasing capacity in various way to keep the punters connected.
Virgin Mobile today finally joined its telco rivals in offering a 4G Postpaid Mobile Broadband service.
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