While today the Advanced Pro X working on Telstra’s 4G 1800MHz network will support very brisk download speeds of between 2 Mbps to 50 Mbps in 4G areas – our testing of the devices LTE-A capability (which supports theoretical maximum peak download speeds of 300Mbps) points to world-leading performance once we introduce 700MHz spectrum in early 2015.
Pretty cool that Huawei and Telstra are hooking up. ZTE’s stuff sucked. Also cool that Australia’s the first to get a Category 6 LTE device. Say what you want about our shitty fixed line Internet speeds, our wireless speeds are the best in the world.
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