Telstra Introduces first 5G Network and Devices

Telstra, one of the leading tech empires of this generation, has just made a breakthrough in the industry by building the first 5G network and devices in the world.

Multiple networks have already been activated in Australia. Telstra has announced that Melbourne and Sydney are now 5G capable and they are moving to spread the range of their upgraded connection all over the country.

They have also released a series of 5G capable commercial devices manufactured by brands such as HTC and ZTE. More 5G enabled devices are expected to come as Telstra continues to roll out their networks.



This new 5G feature that will be available for consumers promise a faster and more seamless connection for all activities related to mobile data usage. Telstra stations have been upgraded to prepare for the launch of 5G services. They plan to have 200 5G capable sites activated by the end of 2019.

So far, the 5G network has been tested on video calls. Because of this innovation, competing companies have been pushed to follow suit. Optus has also announced its transition to the 5G network, boasting of a successful video call that took place in Canberra.

The 5G technology will not only shape the future of mobile data, but it will also make connectivity on vehicles better. Consumers will be able to enjoy fast internet wherever they go.

Strike will also contribute to this innovation and help consumers get the most out of this technological advancement. Strike Group Australia is set to develop vehicle mounts and car mobile phone holders for the upcoming 5G devices. This development will be beneficial for both personal and enterprise use.



About Strike Group


Strike Group is Australia’s leading provider and manufacturer of innovative car technologies. Strike integrates innovative design and seamless engineering in all its products. The company now exports to 72 countries having appointed key partners in the American and European market.


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