Telco Singtel Optus has fired the next shot in the ongoing Australian 5G speed wars, saying it has achieved a download speed of 2.5Gbps using a Samsung Galaxy S20 device on the first of its ultra-fast 5G sites.
Singtel Optus has become the first to offer access to a 5G mobile service to its wholesale postpaid partners, with the telco announcing on Monday that all mobile virtual network operators who resold its offering could enable and buy its 5G services.
The Australian Taxation Office has signed five managed network services contracts with Optus Business, a division of Singtel Optus, Australia's second biggest telco, with each to run for three years initially, with the option of being extended thrice for two years at a time. The total value of the contracts is $233.32 million.
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