For optimal coverage and performance, connect to a mobile network that supports
3G 850 / 900 MHz - 4G LTE 700/850/1800/2100/2600 Mhz frequencies.
The network providers listed below use these frequencies.
A pre-paid nano or micro SIM card that includes Voice, SMS, Data is not required unless using tracking apps.
There are three network providers in Australia, Telstra has the widest coverage, and the highest prices to go with it. The Optus network isn’t quite as large, although you’re unlikely to strike any problems in most cities and towns. It’s the rural areas where you’ll start hitting dead spots.
Vodafone coverage is reasonable and expanding, with the recent Vodafone TPG merger approved will deliver real benefits for australia, it’s still the smallest of the three for now. Check the coverage maps (Telstra, Oputs, Vodafone) to make sure you’ll get service where you need it.
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Revised 01/ 01 /2018
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Customers with 3G GPS trackers can either upgrade to a 4G device, or change their sim cards, if compatible frequency's permit to another provider Optus or Vodafone who have not announced shutdown dates yet.
If you are not a Keep Track GPS customer and are interested in upgrading your GPS tracking devices to a 4G version, please contact us at email@example.com