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Telstra has switched on its 700MHz band '4GX' network in Melbourne, just days after Vodafone rolled out its own 4GX network capability in the city.
Vodafone Australia has switched on its 4G mobile network in Adelaide's CBD and suburbs, with the telco saying that the low-band 850MHz network would improve customers' indoor coverage.
Vodafone and NBN Co have been quietly testing out using NBN Co's fibre as backhaul for Vodafone's mobile network.
An upgrade of Vodafone Australia's network core with Ericsson will allow the company to offer voice over 4G services in 2015, CEO Inaki Berroeta has said.
How successful EE, Vodafone, O2 and Three are at connecting calls has been scrutinised by the UK telecoms watchdog.
Vodafone will be drawing from the low-band 850MHz spectrum holding that currents supports its 3G network to boost its 4G network coverage to aim at covering 95 percent of Australia's metropolitan population by the end of the year.
NZ Post CFO Mark Yeoman claims an Asia-Pacific first with a network-as-a-service roll-out.
Vodafone has announced a raft of new products that see the company ramp up its data offering, as it works to encourage customers to adopt its 4G network.
Vodafone Australia says its LTE network is solid and quick enough to avoid any repeat of the issues that plagued its 3G network.
Telstra is on the attack against its rivals' coverage claims, this time telling Vodafone its 4G ads need to disclose that the company's network might not always be the fastest.
Geographical expansion backed up with improved performance in high-demand areas such as airports and sporting venues, Vodafone says.
After a false start and lengthy delay, HTC One owners on Vodafone, Three UK and O2 should be getting KitKat now.
Vodafone Australia has rejected a claim by former Communications Minister Stephen Conroy that the company boasts the fastest 4G network because it has no customers.
Telstra is expanding its growing network services portfolio with the addition of Melbourne-based O2 networks, in a deal believed to be worth AU$60 million.
New towers mean speeds of up to 225Mbps - but there's a wait ahead for the hardware.
Having lagged behind its rivals in the country, the Verizon boost has allowed Vodafone to bring forward its LTE network rollout date.
Despite the continuing exodus of customers from rival Vodafone, Optus too is experiencing a drop in the number of mobile customers on its network.
Vodafone has asked Spanish competition watchdogs to suspend the deal over collusion fears.
The UK government, O2, Vodafone and EE will test two mobile emergency alert systems that target messages to specific locations.
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