Vodafone will make 4G services available to mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) over the next few months, the telco has confirmed.
Vodafone wholesale customer Kogan Mobile announced this morning that it would offer 4G services to its customers by June.
Kogan said that it would not charge its customers extra for 4G access.
“Vodafone has invested billions into their network in recent years, and being able to bring its fast 4G speeds to Kogan Mobile customers will make our prepaid options even more attractive,” said Kogan.com executive director David Shafer.
“4G coverage is available in all major metro locations and selected regional areas across Australia.”
Telstra Wholesale announced yesterday that its MVNO customers would be able to offer 4G services on its network.
Telstra last year had said it would open up its LTE network to wholesale customers “no later than June 2016.”
MVNOs on the Optus network already offer 4G services.
Vodafone earlier this year said it had completed the roll out of 4G across its entire network.