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About 3

In 2003 3 launched Australia’s first 3g mobile network, bringing 3G speeds to individuals in cities across the Australian continent. Because of this 3G capability, 3 customers have access to mobile high speed broadband,  full length videos/songs, multiplayer online games, face to face Videocalling, and even Mobile TV! 3′s Broadband Zones are available throughout parts of Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra and the Gold Coast. There are also roaming plans available that allow customers to experience these features outside of these cities.

3 has made it’s mark in the Australian mobile market by offering a large selection of services at affordable rates. Of course the 3G feature is what has made them famous, but it is the extra features and the pricing that really draws people in. Their popularity is due largely to the 3G breakthrough by opening for business the first 3G mobile network in Australia. Everyone knows that 3G is far better than 2G, but 3 also gives customers access to the hottest mobile phones on the market. Some of their top selling phones at the moment are: Nokia N80, Sony Erickson K800i, Sony Erickson W850i, Nokia 682OR, Nokia N73, and the Motorola RAZR V3x R.

Choosing 3 as a mobile network provider will ensure that the user is getting the most for their money, with an unlimited amount of choices regarding, tariffs, phones, and so much more. Any feature you can think of from another mobile network provider, is indeed offered by 3. Whether one is looking for video chat capabilities, online gaming, music downloads, ringtones, high tech phones and gadgets, or just something as simple as a Pay-As-You-Go plan, 3 has something for everyone. Anyone who is still using a 2G network should try 3 for at least a month so that they can experience just how much functionality they are missing.

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