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The operator is the first in the UK to upgrade parts of its network to reach 14.4Mbps, the highest speed offered by the HSDPA specification
Field tests of LTE, the successor to 3G broadband, begin at the communications company's Swindon facility
The world's largest mobile operator has announced success in its trials of 16Mbps HSPA+ technology, and will now aim for 21Mbps in further trials
Dell's netbook is now available on 24-month contract from Vodafone. Here are our impressions of the mobile broadband version of the Mini 9.
Canadian phone company Research in Motion (RIM) launched its first HSDPA BlackBerry in Sydney today, the BlackBerry Bold, with Vodafone, Optus and Telstra confirming they will carry the handset.
Faster HSDPA coming your way...
Vodafone has picked Ericsson for its 3G network upgrade across rural and regional Australia, with future upgrades that could take the network to 28.8Mbps already on the cards.
Chief executive Arun Sarin has warned the industry to get creative around mobile services or risk being sidelined by newer arrivals
Vodafone's USB Modem 7.2 and USB Modem Stick support the latest 3.5G networks. It's a shame, then, that high-speed network coverage is so sparse.
3 has slashed the cost of its mobile data packages in time for Christmas, which now puts the carrier in line with rivals Vodafone and Optus, both of which announced similar deals last week.
Mobile broadband is taking a price dive this Christmas, with Vodafone and Optus trotting out low priced plans with high download quotas. But Telstra says its competitors' networks are too slow and offer limited coverage.
The operator's latest USB modem will support 7.2Mbps downlink and 1.44Mbps uplink when those speeds are enabled from December onwards
The mobile operator plans to launch a USB modem that takes advantage of HSUPA technology to provide greater upstream bandwidth
Vodafone has rolled out high-speed downlink packet access (HSDPA) -- a higher speed version of 3G -- to a slew of new metropolitan areas in Australia, but rural users will have to wait for the same privilege.The mobile operator has announced it has rolled out HSDPA across more cities, including greater metropolitan Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Gold Coast, the Sunshine Coast, Adelaide and Perth.
With Vodafone cutting its 3G mobile broadband tariffs, analysts suggest the technology is becoming more competitive with Wi-Fi
Customers using the mobile operator for laptop data connectivity will see surfing become cheaper from 2 July
Telstra chief executive Sol Trujillo today said price cuts by competitors on third-generation mobile services were irrelevant to his company."There is no company in Australia that has the coverage, quality, capability and services that's even close, so I don't compare our pricing to others' pricing," Trujillo told reporters this morning as he outlined a new relationship with the Australian Rail Track Corporation.
The nation's number two telco Optus has pledged to upgrade the data speed of its entire third-generation (3G) national mobile network by the end of May 2007.The upgrade will be completed using the High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) standard which Optus's rivals Telstra and Hutchison (which operates the "3" brand) have already adopted for their own networks.
Hutch speed upgrade goes nation-wide