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Optus' Bendigo 4G trial yields 70Mbps download speeds
March 16, 2012 | Hogan Keyser
March 16, 2012 by Spandas Lui via ARNNet.com -- Optus has released the results for its 4G LTE network trials in the 700MHz spectrum with recorded download speeds exceeding 70Mbps.
The trial occurred in Bendigo, Victoria, and was announced in September along with the telco's plans to rollout a 4G LTE network by refarming 2G 1800MHz spectrum.
The 700MHz spectrum will be auctioned off at the end of this year. It garnered attention when emergency services organisations (ESOs) urged the Government to save a piece of the spectrum for a high-speed wireless broadband network for public safety.
Australian telcos are opposed to this.
During the trial, a variety of Optus services were tested over the network including smartphone apps, mobile TV services, Internet TV, online gaming, and telepresence.
"We achieved peak download speeds of over 70Mbps," Optus CEO, Paul O'Sullivan, said in a statement. "This wasn't in the lab - it was in the middle of Bendigo CBD."
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