Telstra launches first Pre-Paid 4G LTE modem

UPDATE: Our review is up!


Today Telstra announced it’s first Pre-Paid 4G LTE modem.

The Pre-Paid 4G modem has full access to Telstra’s small but super fast 4G network which offers download speeds ranging from 2Mbps to 40Mbps and typical upload speeds from 1Mbps to 10Mbps.  The modem also supports Telstra’s 3G HSPA+ network for fallback when not in a 4G area.

Perfect for people wanting occasional use (such as holiday makers) it offers the best possible mobile broadband speeds and coverage without forking out for the Post-Paid 4G USB modem option. As far as it appears on paper, this would be an option  iBrothers would be happy to recommend.

Customers can purchase the Telstra Pre-Paid USB 4G today for $129 which comes with 3GB of data and 30 days expiry.

Telstra’s 4G coverage is available in Australia’s capital city CBDs, airports and more than 80 regional and metropolitan centres. Coverage maps:

For pricing and more information:

Quick Specs: Model ZTE MF821 | 4G LTE 1800, 2100, 2600 MHz | 3G UMTS 850, 900, 2100 MHz | Windows 7, Vista, XP(SP2), Mac OS 10.5+ | Supports up to 32GB microSD(HC)



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  1. […] for your previously fastest experience on contract) so it was with much jubilation that Telstra announced yesterday the release of their first 4G Pre-Paid modem. At $129.00 with 3GB of data to use in the first 30 […]

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