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5G is the next generation in mobile technology

5G will transform the way we work, connecting devices faster, at higher quality.
That’s why Telstra’s building Australia’s first 5G.

Why 5G for your business?

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More capacity

Better performance in crowded places.

 

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Faster speeds

High-speed downloads and uploads for streaming and sharing large files.

 

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Less latency

Increased responsiveness for connected devices and the Internet of Things.

5G-enabled devices for your business

5G Coverage

We’re busy rolling out 5G, and our coverage is rapidly growing on a daily basis.The map below shows where we have 5G coverage at 1 July 2019.

August 2019

Maps are current at 5 August and showing combined 4G & 5G


August 2019

Maps are current at 5 August and showing combined 4G & 5G

August 2019

Maps are current at 5 August and showing combined 4G & 5G

August 2019

Maps are current at 5 August and showing combined 4G & 5G

August 2019

Maps are current at 5 August and showing combined 4G & 5G

August 2019

Maps are current at 5 August and showing combined 4G & 5G

August 2019

Maps are current at 5 August and showing combined 4G & 5G

August 2019

Maps are current at 5 August and showing combined 4G & 5G

August 2019

Maps are current at 5 August and showing combined 4G & 5G

August 2019

Maps are current at 5 August and showing combined 4G & 5G

 Indicates 4G coverage    Indicates 5G coverage

Our maps depict approximate 5G coverage only and do not include indoor coverage. Speed and performance, and whether a 5G device uses the available 5G depends on network and device interactions and prevailing radio conditions at your location. Outside of 5G coverage, 5G devices will continue to use our fastest available 4G, or 3G where 4G is unavailable. Find out more about our coverage.

The 5G symbol appearing on the device represents that 5G is available on the network in the vicinity of the device. Whether the device uses the available 5G depends on network and device interactions and prevailing radio conditions at your location.

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