Low-Cost mobile goes 4G. Kogan, Aldi, Woolworths all set for 4G speed

Good news for those people who use low-cost prepaid mobile services like Woolworths, Aldi or Kogan Mobile with confirmation all are switching to 4G for customers at no extra cost.

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The switch has started for the companies using the Telstra network – Aldi and Woolworths, while Kogan has confirmed they will upgrade by mid-year with their operation working off the Vodafone network.

Of course Amaysim, Australia’s largest low-cost carrier switched on 4G some time ago on the Optus network, so it’s not the first time we’ve seen this move.

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4G offers increased speeds for data use on the mobile network and while Telstra has a super fast “4GX” network for its customers, you’ll only get “basic” 4G on the Woolworths and Aldi networks – but that’s fine, still great speeds.

Kogan likewise will switch to Vodafone’s 4G with customers not needing to do anything other to ensure they have a 4G compatible phone.

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If you have an older or basic feature phone you’ll still see “3G” as your network, but if you’ve got a 4G phone you’ll start to see those two characters appear soon.


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