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News, Telecommunications - Wednesday, February 12, 2014 12:46 - 0 Comments
news Vodafone yesterday officially launched its high-speed 4G network in the ACT, as the first stage of what it described as its “comprehensive LTE rollout in Canberra”.
Suburbs which have 4G coverage switched on yesterday include parts of Acton, Civic, Crace, Downer, Franklin, Greenway, Harrison, Latham, Lyneham, Mitchell, Reid, Tuggeranong and Turner.
Vodafone’s Chief Technology Officer Benoit Hanssen said Vodafone had focused on creating a fast, reliable network in the ACT. “Vodafone’s 4G network is continuing to roll out around the country and we are pleased that we are able to offer fast, reliable 4G in the nation’s capital,” said Hanssen in a statement issued by the company..
“Last week we announced our first million 4G devices, a major milestone less than a year, a major milestone less than a year after we first switched on our first 4G site. We are adding more 4G sites every week around the country and our full rollout to the ACT is now underway.” Continue…
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