||Operates nationally on a single network - 850MHz. This network provides all voice, text messaging, and 3G internet services to 99% of the Australian population.
||Operates on a hybrid network consisting primarily of 1800MHz (B3), and a few 900 and 2100MHz areas. Telstra have recently switched on their 4GX network consisting of 700MHz (B28) for rural areas, and 2600MHz (B7) network in dense metro areas.
|Telstra Resellers (MVNO's)
||Currently Boost Mobile is the only reseller of the full Telstra Next-G network. Kogan Mobile resell part of the Telstra Next-G network, but connections are limited to HSPA 7.2Mbps, and only a limited number of cell towers resulting in 97% coverage.
||Operates on a dual band network - 900MHz and 2100MHz. This can make things difficult, but can be easily determined by using our Optus Coverage Map guide. Generally speaking the 2100MHz network provides 3G services to metro areas, and 900MHz provides 3G services to regional/rural areas.
||Operates a very hybridised network consisting of 700, 1800, 2100, 2300 (TDD), and 2600MHz 4G networks.
|Optus Resellers (MVNO's)
||For the following networks please see the Optus section. Amaysim, Austar, Boost Mobile, ClubTelco, Dodo, Exetel, iiNet, Internode, Live Connected, ONEmobile, People Telecom, Pivotel, Primus, Soul, TPG, Virgin Mobile, Woolworths Mobile.
||Operates on a dual-band network - 900MHz and 2100MHz. Thankfully the Vodafone Coverage Map in "Network Zone" mode makes this very easy to determine.
||Vodafone has deployed their main 4G network on an 1800MHz (B3) band, and in 2014 have converted their 850MHz network into a 4G network, coined '4G+'.
|Vodafone Resellers (MVNO's)
||For the following networks please see the Vodafone section. Crazy Johns, GoTalk, JustMobile, Lebara Mobile, Red Bull Mobile, Revolution Telecom, Reward Mobile.