Australia's largest 5G network now in more places
We’re on a mission to bring better connectivity to everyone, especially with our 5G.
We’ve made a commitment to roll out our exciting new 5G capabilities to more areas across metro, regional and rural Australia, and that’s exactly what we’re doing.
The best and getting better
Our 5G reaches more than 41% of the Australian population and will expand to reach 75% of the Australian population by the end of June 2021.
Our 5G now covers an area that more than 12 million Australians live, work or pass through on a daily basis. There are more than 60 cities and towns across the country where Telstra’s 5G roll out is now underway.
5G is now rolling out in selected areas on selected plans.
What do I need to get 5G?
You’ll need a 5G device and a 5G-ready mobile or data plan to connect to Telstra 5G. You’ll also need to be in an area that has 5G coverage.
5G is now rolling out in selected areas. In non-5G coverage areas, you’ll automatically switch to our 4GX/4G or 3G. Check our coverage map to find out more.
A 5G-ready phone or device
If you’re ready to try 5G, take a look at our range of 5G-ready phones and devices.
An eligible Telstra plan
Choose a plan that includes access to the 5G network.
What is 5G
Everything you need to know about how 5G works, including the ways it will power-up your work, play and everyday life.
Our 5G network
Our 5G is built on the foundation of our network.
The latest on 5G
Learn about our roll-out of the latest 5G technology across Australia, and how we’re bringing brilliant connectivity and innovation to life.
Explore the latest 5G phones and devices See all 5G phones and devices
Ready to try 5G? Check out our range of top selling 5G phones and devices.
iPhone 12 miniThe smallest, lightest iPhone, with 5.4-inch Super Retina XDR display. Plus A14 Bionic chip and new dual-camera system.
iPhone 12 Pro MaxSuperfast 5G. A14 Bionic chip. Pro camera system for unbelievable low-light photography. And 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR display.
iPhone 12 ProSuperfast 5G. A14 Bionic, the fastest chip in a smartphone. Pro camera system for unbelievable low-light photography. 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display.
iPhone 12Superfast 5G. A14 Bionic, the fastest chip in a smartphone. A new dual-camera system. And a beautiful Super Retina XDR display.
Moto G 5G Plus48MP quad camera system, ultra-wide selfie camera, protective case, 5000mAh battery, 6.7-inch CinemaVision display, 64GB storage, Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor.
Google Pixel 4a with 5G12.2 MP ultrawide lens camera, 3800mAh battery, 6.24-inch AMOLED display, 128GB storage, Titan M security chip.
Galaxy Z Fold 2 5GUnfold for 7.6-inch tablet-like display, hideaway hinge , dual preview camera, run multiple apps simultaneously, 120Hz main screen for gaming, all-day dual battery.
Google Pixel 5Water resistant, wireless charging, screen sharing, Night Sight, HDR, ultrawide lens, HD streaming. Plus bonus Nest Hub Max.
The latest 5G news
5G health concerns and COVID-19: the facts
We’re aware of some concern in the community about a potential link between 5G and COVID-19. We want to be clear: there are no established health effects from 5G in relation to the Coronavirus.
A glimpse of what’s to come with 5G
2020 is the year that 5G powers its way into our lives in a huge way. Before you experience the next revolution in connectivity, let’s find out what it all means, and what’s already possible.
We’re the first to enable Standalone 5G in Australia
Our mobile network is now end-to-end enabled for 5G Standalone (5G SA), increasing efficiency and enabling new and innovative uses for mobile technology at the same time.