Roaming in Australia
Roaming is use of mobile services of your mobile operator in other operator’s network, and at the same time paying the bills according to you operator’s rates. While you’re in roaming in other operator’s network, the operator of that network bills your operator.
In cases where you call to other network in Australia, your operator covers such expenses, but if you are making a call to another network abroad, your operator bills you directly, and calls of such type are usually more expensive and are not included in a standard operators tariff plan.Network types – 2G (GSM)/3G
2G format know as GSM is a standard for all types of phones (except CDMA in USA). Most phones support up to four frequencies: 850 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, and 1900 MHz
2G operators in Australia
There are several networks operating in 3G format in Australia. 3G networks are usually marked as UMTS/HSDPA or WCDMA
3G operators in Australia
Area: 7,692,024 sq.km
Population: 23,010,219 ppl.
Currency: Australian Dollar (AUD)
Time Zone: UTC +8/+10
Phone code: +61
Australia (Commonwealth of Australia) – is a country, which is situated on Australian continent, and takes all island of Tasmania and other several islands in The Pacific and Indian oceans. Australia is one of the biggest countries in the world, and takes 50th place by the number of its total population. Australia is the country where Republican form of government is most popular. Main law of the country is the constitution, which was accepted by Queen Victoria in 1900.