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boobook

Well-Known Member
#9
If those photos don't convince you that it's worth paying $15 per month for Telstra over Vodafone then nothing will.

That must cost a fortune to install.
 

mac_man_luke

Well-Known Member
#10
If those photos don't convince you that it's worth paying $15 per month for Telstra over Vodafone then nothing will.

That must cost a fortune to install.
Is it Telstra though? Optus have been doing a lot of more remote area lately (which suck when your on telstra....)
 

barcher

Well-Known Member
#11
Is it Telstra though? Optus have been doing a lot of more remote area lately (which suck when your on telstra....)
Wife has telstra, I have optus. Definitely seeing the gap close. Outback, (like when the milk is on the shelf and bread in the freezer.) Optus is very sparse.
 

barcher

Well-Known Member
#12
The Telstra & Optus Networks
Telstra's network covers 99.4% of Australia's population, while Optus' covers 98.5%. This might sound like a tiny difference, but looking at coverage maps paints a very different picture - there's no disputing that the Telstra network has the widest footprint in Australia.


And here's Optus.


The darker areas in these maps show 4G LTE coverage, while the lighter areas show 3G HSPA coverage. These maps are up to date as of March 2018.

While Optus has expanded its regional footprint significantly in the last few years, it still doesn't match Telstra, which does mean Telstra might be on your only choice in some parts of Australia.
 
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