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Australian Mobile Providers

With so many mobile providers operating on different networks in Australia today selecting the best provider for your needs can be a daunting task. IDD aims to make choosing a little easier by listing Australia's mobile carriers and mobile virtual network operators (MVNO), their operational frequencies, and the services they offer.

Australian Mobile Carriers

Provider Network Type / Frequencies Supported (MHz)
Telstra 3G / 4G: UMTS 850, 2100 / LTE 700, 900, 1800, 2100, 2600
Optus 2G / 3G / 4G: GSM 900 / UMTS 900, 2100 / LTE 700, 1800, 2100, 2300, 2600
Vodafone 2G / 3G / 4G: GSM 900 / UMTS 850, 900, 2100 / LTE 850, 1800

Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO)

Provider Network 4G LTE Postpaid Prepaid
ALDImobile Telstra
Amaysim Optus
Bendigo Bank Telco Optus
Boost Mobile Telstra
Commander 6 Optus
ClubTelco 6 Optus
CMobile Vodafone / Telstra 12
Dodo 6 Optus
Exetel Optus
GoTalk Vodafone
Hello Mobile Vodafone
iiNet 7 Optus
Internode 7 Optus
iPrimus 6 Optus
Jeenee Mobile Optus
Kogan Mobile Vodafone
Live Connected 8 Optus
Lebara Mobile Vodafone
Lycamobile Telstra
OVO Optus
Southern Phone Optus / Telstra 4
Startel Optus
Reward Mobile Vodafone
Tangerine Telecom Telstra 13
TeleChoice Telstra
Think Mobile Vodafone / Telstra 2
TPG Optus 3
Vaya Mobile 11 Optus
Virgin Mobile 5 Optus
Woolworths Connect 9 Telstra
Yomojo 10 Optus

1 SlimTel customers can choose to be connected to either the Optus or Vodafone network

2 Think Mobile Classic customers connect through the Telstra network and Think Mobile Super and Swift, and Ultimate customers connect through the Vodafone network

3 A security deposit is kept (and topped up if it falls below a predefined level) for all cap plans and pay-as-you-go plans

4 Southern Phone customers can choose to be connected to either the Optus or Telstra network

5 Virgin Mobile (Australia) is a fully owned subsidiary of Optus

6 Commander, ClubTelco, Dodo and iPrimus are subsidiaries of Vocus Communications

7 iiNet and Internode are subsidiaries of TPG Telecom

8 Live Connected is a subsidiary of Vaya Mobile

9 Woolworths Mobile was relaunched in 2015 as Woolworths Connect

10 Yomojo acquired all Yatango Mobile customers on 25 November 2015

11 Amaysim acquired Vaya Mobile in January 2016

12 Customers have a choice of plans on either the Telstra of Vodafone networks

13 Tangerine Telecom uses part of Telstra's 4G and 3G network

Last updated: 31 May 2018

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