Australian 4G coverage in global top 10: OpenSignal

Optus led on average 3G speeds, at 6.53Mbps, followed by Vodafone at 6.27Mbps ... meaning speeds will climb even higher across Australia once more consumers begin using compatible devices. Latency on 4G networks was led by Optus, at 33.64 milliseonds ... ( read original story ...)

Gigabit LTE Gains Traction In Advance Of 5G

I got to witness this capability first hand with the first Gigabit LTE network in the world, Telstra’s network in Australia. I got peak download speeds of over 400 Mbps and could do a multitude of things simultaneously, over the same connection. ( read original story ...)

Nokia 3310 3G arrives in Australia

There was a big splash earlier this year when Nokia announced the launch of the Nokia 3310. Truly retro, it was a call back to the classic Nokia 3310, one of the biggest selling cell phones of all time – some 126 million were sold between 2000 and 2005. ( read original story ...)

3G model of Nokia 3310 can be pre-order

Now the company has given 3G connectivity in it. This phone has a 2.4-inch display. The biggest highlight of the refreshed phone is it can browse the Internet at relatively faster speeds in Australia. It was launched in Australia with a price tag of AUD 89 ... ( read original story ...)