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News, Telecommunications - Tuesday, October 8, 2013 11:18 - 12 Comments
news The nation’s largest telco Telstra this morning revealed it had more than 3.2 million devices operating on its 4G mobile network and that its 4G coverage was slated to reach 85 percent of the population by Christmas, in a move which will further solidify the company’s 4G lead over its rivals.
The telco first switched on its 4G network in September 2011. At the time, the network was live across capital city central business districts and some 30 other centres around the nation. The speed increases doubled the top-line download speeds which Telstra was able to offer customers in the supported 4G coverage areas, pushing download speeds up to 40Mbps and upload speeds up to 10Mbps.
In a statement released this morning, Telstra group executive director Mobile and Wireline, Warwick Bray, said the popularity of 4G continued to grow across Australia with Telstra attracting record numbers of mobile customers to its network.
“There has been unprecedented demand for superfast mobile services over the last two years,” he said. “Since launch, we have activated more than 3.2 million 4G devices on our 4G network. This includes more than 360,000 4G smartphones since June 30 this year, or more than 25,000 per week.” Continue…
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