In an important milestone on Telstra's roadmap to bring 5G to more Australians sooner, Australia's biggest telco has completed testing on its low-band 5G spectrum and it is now ready for commercial use.
Boost’s offer to give 3GB total on the $40 UNLTD plan is extended to 30 March 2015 when paying by credit/debit card of Paypal brings a bonus 500MB smile to my dial.
Hot on the heels of Vodafone’s 4.5-inch prepaid 4G smartphone for $99, Boost has gone one bigger - a 5-inch prepaid 3G smartphone for $99, too. We spoke to Boost Mobile’s CMO, Ian Blackhall about it on video.
After initially offering 3GB of Telstra Next G-class ‘up to’ 42.2Mbps data for $40 and then frustratingly dropping it to 2GB in February this year, Boost is finally boosting it back higher again, going ‘halfway’ to 2.5GB.
Navman Wireless has released a new GPS fleet tracking unit, but the service is still available through Telstra.
The crowd at the AFL Grand Final on Saturday set a new record for mobile phone use.
If you're in a 4G coverage area and you're sporting a 4G LTE capable device, it should come as no surprise to discover that 4G devices deliver vastly better ping and download speeds than 3G devices.
Ever since Apple launched its original iPad in 2010, Telstra customers subscribing to Mobile Foxtel on the iPhone and other smartphones have wondered when it would officially arrive on the iPad, and now, in 2012, it finally has.
Although a wired connection is almost always better than a wireless connection (with an exception or two), Australians still love wireless broadband, with the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) stating that 'mobile wireless connections' are 'more popular than DSL'!
Although Optus is far faster this time at getting its customers ready for a faster wireless future with its own LTE plans, Telstra is yet again on the ball and on the money with its targeted, yet still rather broad 2011 LTE launch - and boy oh boy is the service FAST!
Optus has launched, a number of new tools to help customers better manage their monthly mobile spend.
Although Telstra's 3G (or Next G) prices are higher than its competitors, Telstra's networks and devices are still faster than the rest, and with 4G's 'early' arrival for 2000 'CBD' business customers prior to the wider national launch, those users can now choose to go faster still!
Telstra is to launch a commercial pilot of its LTE service in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney later this month and has branded it 4G despite an edict from the ITU that LTE is not a 4G technology
Although Telstra's Sensis division has nothing to do with HTC's Sensation, Telstra has sensed that HTC's dual-core Android would be a great exclusive addition to its stellar line-up of Next G capable models.
There's no dry smartphone July for technology lovers, with Australia's 'fastest' smartphone launching on Telstra's Next G network on July 26: the Samsung Galaxy S II.
Telstra looks set to be the first Australian mobile operator to offer high definition (HD) voice - tipped to be a popular feature and a significant differentiator - on its 3G network.
Why have just a mate when you can have an ultimate, instead? Telstra's Ultimate Mobile Wi-Fi hotspot puts its 'ultimate' and fastest Next G technology into its newest Wi-Fi modem for those who still feel the ultimate need for ultimate speed.
Telstra claims to be the world's first mobile operator to launch a battery-powered dual carrier HSPA+ (42Mbps/5.76Mbps) 3G WiFi hotspot.
Telstra has turned on the first LTE base stations in its network, in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth ahead of its scheduled launch of LTE services by year end.
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