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Vodafone Australia boosts LTE network with 3G spectrum in New South Wales

Monday 11 March 2019 | 14:34 CET | News
Vodafoney Australia announced it is boosting its LTE mobile network across selected areas in New South Wales, providing improved 4G services and capacity to more than 2 million local customers. Vodafone's mobile network is made up of a range of different spectrum frequencies which support voice calls and data usage for its customers. The upgrades involve converting 2,100 MHz spectrum, currently used in the 3G network, for use in the 4G network.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Vodafone Australia
Countries: Australia
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