In pictures: Optus launches 4G Galaxy S III

Sep 4, 2012
Optus today celebrated the launch of its consumer LTE network and exclusive partnership with Samsung for its new 4G Galaxy S III by holding an event with four Guinness World Record holders in its George St, Sydney store. Each of the four hold the title for being the fastest in their area of expertise. The "Fast Four" will travel around Australia looking for competitors.
<p>Pictured: Howard Berg is the world's fastest reader, with the ability to read at 25,000 words per minute. And for the sceptical out there, Berg was given a book he'd never read before and was able to recite back the contents.  
 
Optus today celebrated the launch of its consumer LTE network and exclusive partnership with Samsung for its new 4G Galaxy S III by holding an event with four Guinness World Record holders in its George St, Sydney store. Each of the four hold the title for being the fastest in their area of expertise. The "Fast Four" will travel around Australia looking for competitors.

Pictured: Howard Berg is the world's fastest reader, with the ability to read at 25,000 words per minute. And for the sceptical out there, Berg was given a book he'd never read before and was able to recite back the contents.

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