What faster feels like.
Telstra 4GX brings you the fastest 4G speeds in Australia. Get speeds up to two times as fast as our regular 4G on a compatible mobile device in a 4GX area on Australia’s best mobile network.
What is 4GX?
When analogue television was switched off in Australia, the spectrum it was running on – 700MHz – became available. We took up twice as much of this superior spectrum as any other carrier to deliver you 4GX.
Better in the bush – 4GX uses superior 700MHz spectrum that can go further than previous 4G frequencies, creating extra 4G coverage in rural and regional areas.
More for metro – 4GX offers extra 4G in-building coverage and faster 4G in-building speeds compared to our regular 4G, bringing speedy web access when you use a compatible device in a 4GX area.
LTE-Advanced — a new breed of speed.
We’ve used sophisticated LTE-Advanced technology to bring together our 1800MHz and 700MHz 4G spectrum bands to supercharge mobile web speeds even further on 4GX category 6 and 4GX category 9 devices when you’re in a 4GX area.
Double the bandwidth.
4GX doubles our 4G bandwidth so you can use more devices and do more of the things you love at the same time.
Download, stream and share with fewer slowdowns even in crowded places.
Which mobile phones
are 4GX ready?
Some of this year’s most popular smartphones are 4GX-ready. Your compatible phone will automatically switch to 4GX if the network is available.
Things you need to know
THE TELSTRA MOBILE NETWORK OFFERS 4GX IN ALL CAPITAL CBDS AND SELECTED SUBURBAN AND REGIONAL AREAS AND IS PROGRESSIVELY ROLLING OUT TO MORE PLACES. IN OTHER COVERAGE AREAS AROUND AUSTRALIA YOU’LL AUTOMATICALLY SWITCH TO OUR FASTEST AVAILABLE 4G OR 3G. CHECK COVERAGE AT TELSTRA.COM/COVERAGE
In 4GX areas, typical download speeds are 2-75Mbps for 4GX category 4 devices, 2-100Mbps for 4GX category 6 devices and 5-150Mbps for 4GX category 9 devices.
With a Telstra 4G device in 4G areas, typical download speeds are 2 – 50Mbps.
Speeds vary for reasons like location, distance from base stations, terrain, user numbers, hardware/software configuration, download source and upload destination. To check the coverage and available speeds in your area, see our coverage.