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Signal Jammer Frequenies for Australia

Signal Jammer Frequenies for Australia

Australian   mobile communications is  quite an interesting topic, because there are   not quite a lot of  populated areas within the country and it determines   the special  conditions of its development in Australia. As you know,   Australia  lies on the separate continent and the most densely populated   areas  are concentrated at the ocean shores.


We'll   begin with the fact that only  three mobile carriers in Australia use   their own cellular network,  others are the so called MVNO (Mobile   Virtual Network Provider), which  means that they are using networks of   other mobile carriers. So now  we will describe those three major mobile   carriers.


Probably   the biggest and the oldest  mobile service provider in Australia is   Telestra. The company was  started in 1975 and it was a state's property   once. But between  1999-2006 it has been sold. That company has created   the biggest part  of the whole Australian cellular network and landlines   system.

    The   headquarter of Telestra Mobile is situated in Melbourne and  the company   provides a wide variety of services. They provide mobile  communications   based on GSM 900/1800 MHz standard, 3G UMTS, which uses  850/2100 MHz is   widely spread too. Also we should mention that  Telestra Mobile started   to build a 4G network, based on LTE standard,  which uses 875 Mhz. They   say that this mobile carrier has the best  coverage and the best service,   but it also has the highest prices. It  is also popular because it was   the first to provide a 4G LTE service,  it is already available in the   major cities.


The   second among the biggest mobile  carriers of Australia is Optus. The   company was created in 1981. Now  that company belongs to Singapore   Telecommunications. The company also  provides 2G service based on GSM   900/1800 MHz, 900/2100 MHz for 3G  and it also builds its 4G network, but   it is still not as widely  spread as Telestra's. The 4G service is   available since April 2012.


They   have a decent coverage  quality. But here we should mention that main   problem of all  Australian carriers – poor indoor coverage, sometimes   your mobile  phone may appear to be out of service, when you enter a   building. The  reason for this is in the fact that many Australians don't   want a cell  tower to be built somewhere near their houses, but   sometimes it may  be necessary.

    And   the third place goes to pretty famous company – Vodafone. This  company   belongs to Vodafone and Hutchinson Telecom 50/50. And it is  known in   Australia as Vodafone Hutchinson or VHA. VHA has pretty poor  coverage, a   small quantity of clients but low prices as well. They  provide GSM   900/1800 MHz service, as well as 3G, based on UMTS and  HSDPA standards   with 850/900/2100 MHz frequencies. They do not provide  LTE services, but   they plan to start that in the beginning of 2013.

In   general, situation with mobile  communications in Australia is pretty   bright. They develop really  fast, but lots of users complain that prices   sometimes are really  complicated and hard to understand for a user. But   they major mobile  carriers also have special bonuses for loyal clients.   So we may say  that there are various mobile providers in Australia,   they compete  with each other and that gives benefits for their users!