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Australian Mobile Providers

Australian Mobile Carriers

ProviderNetwork Type / Frequencies Supported
Telstra2G / 3G: GSM 900 / GSM 1800 UMTS 850 / UMTS 2100
Optus2G / 3G: GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / UMTS 900 / UMTS 2100
Vodafone2G / 3G: GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / UMTS 850 / UMTS 900 / UMTS 2100
ThreeMerged with Vodafone.

Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO)

ProviderNetworkPost PaidPrepaid
Boost MobileOptusNoYes
Crazy John's MobileVodafoneYesYes
DodoOptus / Vodafone *YesYes
Just MobileVodafoneNoYes
LycamobileTelstra (2G only)NoYes
People TelecomOptusYesNo
Primus TelecomOptusYesNo
SimTelOptus / Vodafone **YesNo
Revolution TelecomVodafoneNoYes
Think MobileVodafone / Telstra ***YesYes
Virgin MobileOptusYesYes
Woolworths Everyday MobileOptusNoYes
* Dodo post paid customers are connected to the Optus network. Prepaid customers are connected to the Vodafone network.
** SimTel customers can choose to be connected to either the Optus or Vodafone networks.
*** Think Mobile Classic customers connect through the Telstra network and Think Mobile Swift customers connect through the Vodafone network.

Obtained from International Direct Dial.


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