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Vodafone 3G 3G+ and 4G Mobile Broadband and Mobile Phone Coverage Maps

Vodafone Mobile Broadband and Mobile Phone Coverage Map


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Vodafone Wireless Services

Vodafone coverage maps show estmated performance for mobile phone and mobile broadband coverage.
Vodafone 3G 850MHz, 3G 900MHz and 2100MHz 3G network are also used by all Vodafone resellers.

   

vodafone 3g antenna coverage map

 
Vodafone 3G
On Vodafones current 3G network, you can experience download speeds between 0.5 - 5Mbps, with an average download speed of 1Mbps. This network, currently covering 94% of Ozzies will continue to improve as equipment is upgraded throughout the year.

vodafone 3g antenna coverage map

 
Vodafone 3G+
Vodafone's new 3G+ service is rolling out in selected areas with download speeds of up to 8x faster than the current 3G average download speeds. Expect download speeds between 1Mpbs to 16Mbps when using a compatible device.  Average download speed should be around 8Mbps.

vodafone 4g antenna coverage map

 
Vodafone 4G
In 2013, Vodafone commence rolling out their 4G network in selected areas with download speeds ≤15x faster than the current 3G average download speeds. Expect download speeds between 2 - 40Mbps when using a compatible device on this network. Expect average download speed of 15Mbps.
 



Vodafone Network Expansion Map

* Information herein is provided by the telecommunications carrier.
   Considered to be up to date at time of writing and subject to change without notice.
* Accuracy of this data is the responsibility of the respective carrier. Please contact the carrier with any questions.
* All trademarks and copyrights shown on this and linked pages are the property of their respective owners.

Vodafone Network Frequencies

You'll see we've listed the frequencies for each of the network technologies below. The coverage area for different frequencies can differ, so remember to check whether your chosen phone or device will work with the frequencies available in your area using our online coverage checker.

GPRS

Frequencies: 900MHz | 1800MHz

GPRS is the first technology we offered allowing efficient and reliable data transfer over our 2G network. By today's standards it is significantly slower than more recent network technologies, so it's not recommended for services that rely on high speed data transfer (video streaming for example).

EDGE

Frequencies: 900MHz | 1800MHz

EDGE is a 2G technology capable of transmitting data at a faster speed than GPRS, but slower than 3G. If 3G is not available in your area, or you manually select GSM/2G in your phone, you'll be connected to EDGE in areas where it is available. If you do manually select GSM/2G, you'll still be able to make calls and send TXT messages over 2G, but data speeds will be noticeably slower than 3G.

3G

Frequencies: 900MHz (rural) | 2100MHz (metro) | 850MHz

3G allows a much faster data connection than GPRS or EDGE.

When using a 3G capable phone, it will automatically connect to 3G wherever available, unless you have manually selected GSM/2G only.

‘H’ (HSPA)

Frequencies: 900MHz (rural) | 2100MHz (metro) | 850MHz

HSPA (High Speed Packet Access) is a performance upgrade to 3G. HSPA allows a faster internet connection than our regular 3G network.


* Information herein is provided by the telecommunications carrier.
   Considered to be up to date at time of writing and subject to change without notice.
* Accuracy of this data is the responsibility of the respective carrier. Please contact the carrier with any questions.
* All trademarks and copyrights shown on this and linked pages are the property of their respective owners.


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