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As Aussie telcos continue rolling out low-band spectrum coverage, Vodafone has announced the switch-on of its 850MHz 4G+ network across parts of NSW, QLD and WA.
Vodafone names its LTE-A network 4G+ and switches on in Melbourne, while Optus gets early access licence approval to begin rollout on its 700MHz service.
The telco has expanded its 700MHz network -- now called 4GX -- to Hobart and Brisbane, with more regional areas coming online soon.
Optus now has Carrier Aggregation available via its 2300MHz spectrum in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Adelaide
The telco says it will expand its 4G coverage to reach 90 percent of Australia by the end of January 2015.
After a slight delay, Vodafone Red customers can now get 4G speeds in NZ when using the AU$5 roaming deal.
LTE will run on 1.8 billion devices by 2019, predicts Juniper Research, representing 22 percent of global active connections.
The high-flying Wi-Fi balloons have gone from a far-fetched idea to delivering Internet access to a rural school in Brazil and tapping into LTE technology.
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