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No data limits? No data!

@3uk Picture this: I’m sat on the train, with my Android mobile tethered to my laptop, eking out my paltry 500MB of data bandwidth from Vodafone by turning off all images in my browser.I spy a poster, a big poster, boldly proclaiming:Goodbye data limits.

February 28, 2012 by

4G: data saviour or false prophet?

Telcos are saying 4G will help Australia keep up with growing demands for mobile bandwidth. But like cloud, 4G has become a nebulous term, leaving users unsure as to what it actually is. We delve into the mysteries of 4G and investigate how it will help mobile phones keep up with customers' hunger for data.

September 18, 2011

AT&T's "problem" customers get the blame

Fortune Magazine swallows the AT&T pitch hook, line and sinker in a story titled "Bandwidth hogs — iPhones and other smartphones." Writer Jon Fortt dishes up a steaming dish of bull shoveled straight out of AT&T PR:Now the wireless providers hawking those Internet-enabled mobile devices are experiencing the digital equivalent of being proprietors of an all-you-can-eat buffet: It seems like the perfect business until the sumo wrestlers show up.

September 2, 2009 by

Optus, Vodafone extend 3G to Qld

Optus and Vodafone will soon make third-generation (3G) mobile phone and data services more widely available in Brisbane and the Gold Coast's central business district. 3G services provide higher bandwidth to mobile devices, allowing services such as video calling and mobile broadband.

March 28, 2006 by

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