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No need to wait anything like that long. Labor wont last anything like that long.

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Virtually everyone will get excellent non govt broadband.

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Another lie. Labor wont last anything like long enough for that.



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All hail Roddles the prophet. Larger pieces of ice acceptable too.



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SG1 wrote just the puerile shit thats all it can ever manage.



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Um, whilst time has apparently changed some laws of physics, it won't
change the fundamental limitations of single frequency wireless networks.

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(through the tax system). Labor idiots.

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Pity 4G aint a single frequency wireless network.



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Same problem.

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the fundamental limitations of single
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Mindless pig ignorant drivel.



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While you have Telstra involved, it will be like having a new Ferrari,
that becomes speed limted to the level of a pushbike after you drive
it more than 10k a month.  In other words, totally useless.

Total waste of time in this non-competitive profit bloated market.
In more advanced countries - it would be great.

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access.

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How odd that NextG isnt.

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How odd that NextG isnt.

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Its great here too.

And will put a bomb under Optarse just like 3G did too.



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As long as you live in the big smoke ... typical friggin Telstra


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mobile network in central business districts
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introducing the ’4G’ or fourth
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amount of spectrum available for 4G services
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high density areas. In fact its even in the
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4G )
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more spectrum)
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to download so much faster
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more bits per spectrum, i.e.
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is already evident by Verizon’s
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It is a business, not a charity

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’4G’
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allows
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http://www.vividwireless.com.au/home



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http://delimiter.com.au/2011/02/14/4g-is-here-telstras-2011-rollout/#more-12337

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If the video at:
http://www.vividwireless.com.au/discover-it-now
is to be believed, it is about 3 times as fast as my 3G USB modem, but only
about half the speed of my slow Optus cable
at 19061 kbps.

Vividwireless comes in at around 9000-10000 kbps.
But for the mobile generation, WOW!

Wireless is the fastest growing internet comms method, but it appears to be up
against a few technology hurdles.

BTW
Can't wait to test a 4G modem for my "MOBILE" travels.

Cheers Don...

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What would bother me, is the patchy coverage.  I suspect the distance
around each repeater is quite short.



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up against a few technology hurdles.
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each repeater is quite short.

True. My travels are generally in areas that would be well populated, and
hopefully will receive good coverage.

Looks like we will find out about 4G very soon, as Optus and others are getting
aboard.

LTE? We’ve got that too, say Optus, VHA
http://delimiter.com.au/2011/02/15/lte-weve-got-that-too-say-optus-vha /

Cheers Don...

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http://delimiter.com.au/2011/02/14/4g-is-here-telstras-2011-rollout/#more-12337

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up against a few technology hurdles.

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You have no idea if that will be the case or not.

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You're wrong.



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Congratulations Roddles. You must be the ONLY person outside of the telcos
who has any idea. Hold on NO idea.



Re: NBN verses 4G. Is there a contest?
SG1 wrote just the puerile shit thats all it can ever manage.



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Just for restoring my faith in stupidity I will top post.

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Re: NBN verses 4G. Is there a contest?
SG1 wrote just the puerile shit thats all it can ever manage.



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