Telstra has announced a 5G home and business Internet plan with 1TB of data per month for $85 with no lock-in contracts.
With one in two Aussies now living in Telstra's 5G coverage footprint, Telstra says this progress shows it is on track to "expand coverage to 75% of the population by the middle of the year" as it adds thousands of 5G devices to its network every week.
Australian company Taylor Construction sees a 20x performance gain for Cradlepoint's 5G compared with existing 4G and sees many 'next-gen' field applications.
During Apple's iPhone 12 launch today, Telstra's logo was right up there with other global telcos as one of Apple's important 5G partners, with Telstra to offer all four iPhone 12 models for "a powerful 5G experience".
Telstra says its enterprise customers are the “first in the world” to be able to purchase and deploy Cradlepoint 5G wireless network edge solutions – a series of adaptors and routers engineered to deliver the speed, security, reliability and manageability required by enterprise 5G customers.
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