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Melbourne commuters will be able to say goodbye to mobile black spots on trains with Optus set to bring mobile coverage underground on parts of the network by the end of the year.
Maker of wireless chips says it has a cost-effective way for wireless operators to better use their 4G LTE spectrum.
As Optus' market share lags behind Telstra, the company has announced plans to expand 4G coverage to 90 percent of Australians within the year.
NBN Co has announced that demand for broadband in rural Australia has far outstripped what was originally anticipated, and that an extension of the network will be required to better serve Australian users.
Years into their transition to newer LTE mobile phone networks, carriers' progress in serving their customers more of the time is offset by lower data rates for many.
The on-demand car service adds coverage for the times when drivers are in between rides.
Sprint's new service lets subscribers use Wi-Fi hot spots to make phone calls and send text messages. The move should help improve coverage for Sprint customers, especially indoors.
Customers will soon get 4G speeds while roaming in NZ, UK and Europe, still for AU$5 per day.
Ofcom has singled out Vodafone as the only network failing to meet its 3G coverage target, but the network is working to fix things.
Inrix's new service, XD Traffic, not only increases the amount of roads covered, but also gives users a higher resolution of traffic data, with increments down to 800 feet.