5G: The Solution to Internet Connection Problems

5G promises cutting-edge network technology that provides internet connection faster than the average network. With 5G slowly becoming available across the world, Telstra is the first network provider to launch a 5G mobile device for Australia with its HTC 5G Hub. Telstra takes another innovative step in partnership with HTC to provide Australians with better connectivity and faster internet speed.

The HTC 5G Hub is running on Android 9.0 Pie with 7,660 mAh battery to keep you connected all day. Its battery life can last up to 800 hours on standby.

Telstra HTC 5G Hub

Optus follows suit by recently rolling out their 5G network services with their 5G Home Broadband and Optus 5G network for 5G-ready devices such as Samsung Galaxy Note10+, Samsung Galaxy S10, and Oppo Reno. The Optus 5G network is currently available at 138,000 households and is planning to expand their serviceable areas by March of next year.

Nokia 5G Modem

Its 5G Home Broadband includes a Nokia 5G Modem and Optus guarantees 50Mbps internet speed satisfaction along with it. If you can’t set up the modem yourself, Optus provides the option of arranging professional installation at no extra cost.

A faster broadband connection is one of the struggles that many are facing. Service providers like Telstra and Optus are fighting to provide solutions to households with 5G next generation mobile networking.

Telstra 4GX USB Patch Lead & Bullbar Mount Antenna Bundle

One dilemma is that 5G might take a while before it becomes available nationwide although most areas are already 4G ready. Strike offers a solution for unstable network connection for your 4G ready WiFi Router with Strike antenna and patch lead bundles.

Strike antenna and patch lead bundles are designed for specific WiFi Routers such as the Telstra WiFi 4G Advanced III (Netgear Aircard 810s), Telstra Netgear Nighthawk M1 (MR1100), Telstra 4GX USB + WiFi Plus, Optus 4G LTE WiFi Router (Huawei E5186).

With the Strike external antenna, enhancing mobile phone signal is possible for cities, rural, and low-signal areas. Make the most out of your internet connection by boosting your mobile network with our Strike antenna and patch lead. The patch lead included in the bundle is needed to connect the broadband modem to the antenna.

View our Strike Antenna and Patch Lead bundles here.

You can also use the Strike Antenna with our Strike Alpha Cradle while on the road to boost your cellular reception. View this video to learn more!

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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