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* Around the CBD, suburbs and rural / country you can use Telstra 3G(nextg) and 4G LTE
 
* Around the CBD, suburbs and rural / country you can use Telstra 3G(nextg) and 4G LTE
 
* The frequencies for this is 850MHZ WCDMA/HSPA/HSPA+ to provide you with 3G UMTS
 
* The frequencies for this is 850MHZ WCDMA/HSPA/HSPA+ to provide you with 3G UMTS
* The frequencies for this is 850MHZ LTE to provide you with 4G LTE FDD
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* The frequencies for this is 1800MHZ LTE to provide you with 4G LTE FDD
 
* Note if you intend on going out into rural areas or the country we recommend Telstra
 
* Note if you intend on going out into rural areas or the country we recommend Telstra
 
* We suggest Telstra 3G 4G for better network capacity and lower frequency.
 
* We suggest Telstra 3G 4G for better network capacity and lower frequency.

Revision as of 18:30, 11 September 2013

Internet, Mobile Phones, Mobile Broadband, 3G and 4G

  1. The networking team are working on setting up Internet at the university and colleges. This includes wireless.
  • Will update soon when we have more information

  1. Optus Prepaid Mobile Phones and Mobile broadband in Perth CBD, surrounding suburbs.

  1. Telstra Prepaid Mobile Phones and Mobile broadband in Perth CBD, surrounding suburbs plus Country and Rural

  • Telstra cost more but a far better network with a lot less latency than Optus or Vodafone
  • Telstra/Optus/Vodafone in Australia uses 900MHZ and 1900MHZ on gsm/gprs to provide you with 2G