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Telstra Next-G Prepaid
> Telstra's CDMA mobile network will be one step closer to retirement when
> company offers its new Next G network to pre-paid customers from Thursday.
> Telstra plans to completely replace its CDMA network with the $1.1 billion
> Next G network by early next year.
> Until now Next G, which provides customers with services like video calls,
> subscription television and mobile maps, has only been available on
> post-paid contracts.
> But more than half of all mobile services are now pre-paid, and Telstra
> wants to penetrate that market further.
> "We've ensured Telstra's existing pre-paid calling rate remains the same
> our pre-paid Next G customers," said Telstra consumer and marketing
> executive director, Tim Cooper.
> "Covering 98.8 per cent of the population and more than 100 times bigger
> geographically than any other 3G network in Australia, the voice quality,
> building coverage and advanced features of the Next G network mean our
> pre-paid customers can make the move to the new network with confidence,"
> Copper said."
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