Vodafone has announced that it will be repurposing its metropolitan 2100MHZ 3G spectrum to be used on its 4G network.
The telco has stated that this upgrade will help boost the 4G network capabilities in select areas.
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The 4G 2100MHz spectrum has already begun rolling across the Australian Capital Territory, and will continue across New South Wales from March 18. Vodafone has also confirmed that the reallocation of the spectrum will also flow through to Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia later in the year.
“Our customers are using more and more data – more than 90 percent of our mobile customers use the 4G network with 4G data usage across our network increased by 58 per cent during 2018