With only 2000 4G modems coming in Telstra's first allocation before a wider launch later this year, those who feel the need for absolute wireless speed - and work or live in the initial 5km coverage radius from the CBDs of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane - might have to move at LTE speeds to get one.
Although Telstra's 3G (or Next G) prices are higher than its competitors, Telstra's networks and devices are still faster than the rest, and with 4G's 'early' arrival for 2000 'CBD' business customers prior to the wider national launch, those users can now choose to go faster still!
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