Optus’ riposte to Telstra: 5G data call

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Optus’ riposte to Telstra: 5G data call
Optus has clapped back to rival Telstra by announcing it has made a 5G data call on 60MHz using the 3.5GHz spectrum. The call took place from a 5G site in Dickson, Canberra as part of pre-launch testing using a commercial grade 5G radio network and customer premises equipment (CPE) developed in ...

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