The new 4G service will be rolling out to customers this week, and is three times faster than current speeds.
Telstra is claiming a world first on recent trials of its LTE-A network, with a live test combining three data channels to achieve speeds of 450Mbps, three times the current theoretical 4G peak speeds available in Australia.
The telco company will demonstrate how a phone can simultaneously communicate over three network conduits for higher data-transfer rates.
Australia has slightly improved its standing on the global broadband stage, now boasting an average connection speed of 5.5Mbps.
Virgin Media has announced a head-spinningly speedy 152Mb broadband service in February 2014, but price rises are coming with it.
EE is splitting its 4G contracts into two categories, regular 4GEE and 4GEE 'Extra', which is faster but costs more.
While average connection speeds are up 31 per cent year on year, Australia still ranks 41st in the world, according to Akamai.
South Korea had the fastest Internet connection, averaging 14.2Mbps, while the worldwide average climbed to 3.1Mbps in the first quarter, says a report from Akamai.
As well as a new Home Hub 5 for super-fast Infinity customers, BT unveils broadband that could hit speeds of up to 300Mbps.
The goal is to appeal to customers who need to upload videos, photos, and other bandwidth-consuming content.