Monday has been an interesting day as far as mobile networks go, as Vodafone launches a "4.9G" addition to its network ahead of 5G, while Telstra has big problems of its own.
If you’ve ever been concerned about the internet going down, a backup solution is on the way, keeping you connected if ADSL2 ever wigs out.As much as we could have hoped that all Australians would have a always-on and always-connected fibre link to the internet, that hasn't quite panned out. The NBN is still rolling out, bit by bit by bit, and much of the country still has to connect to the web by way if ADSL, a technology which not only has limits to speed, but has also seemingly reached its use-by date.All…
Net woes got you down? No worries, because Telstra's answer to Aussie connection issues is about 4G as much as it is the landline.
The fastest WiFi tends to find its way to Australia with routers, but modem routers get left behind. Fortunately, there's something new.