Australia to roll out the world’s fastest wireless broadband network

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Australia to roll out the world’s fastest wireless broadband network

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Telstra Corporation will roll out what it says is the world’s fastest wireless broadband network, over the next two months.

Telstra will be increasing the maximum speed of its Next G mobile network to 21 megabits per second.

Telstra would increase the speed to 42 Mbps towards the end of 2009 and in early 2010.

Optus’ network operates at a maximum speed of 7.2 Mbps, and others at maximum speeds of 3.6 Mbps.

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But Optus said Telstra customers will have to buy a new modem and “live or work” beneath an exchange to achieve the [maximum] speed increase.

Telstra’s services cost more than double its rivals, with a 1 gigabyte (GB) pack costing $59 a month. Optus offers 6GB for $59.99 and Vodafone offers 5GB for $39.95.

Source: Business Spectator



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