The rollout of the 5G network continues apace, with Telstra informing shareholders at their annual general meeting this week of their plans to have around 200 5G sites live by the end of the year.
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One of the most common gaming gripes in Australia is our internet. And while some are lucky enough to have reliable fibre connections, plenty of gamers either don't have access to fibre, or even reliable copper.
Mobile internet is always an option, but anyone who's tried to game on 4G knows that the connection and bandwidth is often unstable. The future 5G network plans to change that - and to demonstrate, Telstra held a showcase at their innovation centre in the Gold Coast with some Counter-Strike.
More and more people are using Australia's 4G mobile networks every day. You've noticed, too: when you're on the train to work, your phone takes ages to load a Web page or refresh Facebook or start a music stream, despite being in full reception. The same happened with 3G. But there's a solution: this is what telcos are doing to fix it.