If you've ever experienced the frustration of a mobile blackspot at home and you happen to be an Optus customer, the telco has just launched the country's first Femtocell pilot program, giving your phone much-needed coverage in your home via your broadband connection. The catch is that you have to pay for it.
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So it's a quandary. Your house is in a service dead zone, and you don't want to shell out hundreds more for something you're paying for already. What's worth more, principle or a functioning phone? That decision might be over.
If there's any phone in the whole world coupled with any service in the whole world that could benefit from femtocell technology, it's the iPhone on AT&T (AU: or Optus). Luckily, the iPhone has received an update.