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Exclusive to Telstra (until December 31), the Razr HD is the first 4G-capable phone that will last you all day -- up to 16 hours talk time thanks to a 2500 mAh battery. The Razr HD’s stunning 4.7-inch AMOLED touch screen features Corning Gorilla Glass, which matches the phone’s rugged DuPont Kevlar fibre back and splash-resistant nanocoating. And on Telstra 4G, you’ll browse the web with typical download speeds of 2Mbps to 40Mbps† across an area more than double any other Australian 4G network.


Telstra’s 4G-enabled network covers double the area of any other 4G network. And while that rapidly expands, owners of HSPA+ dual channel devices (like the Samsung Galaxy S III 4G or new iPad) benefit from typical 3G download speeds of 1.1 Mbps to 20 Mbps. That’s up to twice as fast as other Aussie 3G networks.


Telstra 4G provides typical 4G download speeds of 2Mbps to 40Mbps† across an area that is more than double any other Australian 4G network. Telstra 4G devices, like the iPhone 5, also seamlessly operate across Telstra’s entire coverage footprint. So if you happen to go outside a 4G coverage area, you’ll automatically switch to leading 3G speeds.


The latest Android phones (and upcoming Windows phones) zip along with cutting-edge multicore processors. And Apple says the iPhone 5’s A6 chip makes it twice as fast as previous iPhones. But only Telstra 4G will ensure your online speeds stay faster in more places.


High Definition Voice calling isn’t the future. It’s here now, exclusive to Telstra in Australia and supported by a range of phones, including the iPhone 5 or Galaxy S II and III. HD Voice provides clearer, crisper calls, as well as suppressing background noise such as traffic or crowds.