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Telstra unveils faster 4GX service

Monday 3 November 2014 | 14:34 CET | News
Telstra has launched its new 4GX service, which it said will bring higher speeds and extra 4G coverage, using new 700MHz and older 1800MHz spectrum. As it unveiled the name, Telstra announced the switch on of 4GX services in parts of Hobart and Brisbane, adding to the 4GX coverage already available in parts of Sydney, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin and ten regional centres. Telstra announced 4GX services will be switched on later this week in Albany, Ulladulla, Murray Bridge, Narrawallee, Shepparton, Bateman's Bay, Swansea, Bunbury, Port Macquarie and Chinchilla, bringing to 26 the number of

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telstra
Countries: Australia
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