After being unceremoniously drop as a reseller by Optus late last year, Boost has begun providing Telstra 3G mobile services.
As of last weekend, Boost was now not allowed to sell Optus mobile services, and has currently signed up to sell Telstra services, with paid SIMs offered to be activated from March one. Optus has been consolidating its retail stigmatisation, and has conjointly all over variety of alternative retail reseller agreements.
While Boost won’t sell Telstra’s 4G at this stage, it will have access to the total Telstra 3G service, in contrast to variety of alternative mobile telecommunications firms that wholesale Telstra’s 3G, like Kogan. this implies that instead of obtaining a restricted transfer speed of up to seven megabits per second (Mbps), the total transfer speed of up to 42Mbps service is offered to customers World Health Organization register with Boost. Continue reading “Boost’s Telstra prepaid offering gets full 3G”