Australia’s largest mobile network operator by subscribers, Telstra, has announced that it has reached a milestone in its national 4G technology rollout, with the cellco reportedly now offering Long Term Evolution-based (LTE-based) services in more than 100 regional and metropolitan centres across the country, including the nation’s eight capital city central business districts (CBDs). Alongside the coverage announcement, Telstra has also outlined the second phase of its 4G technology rollout in Newcastle, New South Wales, which it says will see coverage extended to a number of new suburbs over the coming months. Among the new locations to be covered are: Broadmeadow, Callaghan, Georgetown, Jesmond, Kotara East, Lambton, Mayfield, Mayfield West, Waratah and Waratah West.
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