ENP Newswire -
Release date- 04112013 - LG's most advanced smartphone, the G2, has landed exclusively on Optus' 4G Plus network.
Available in store, online and via telesales from today, the G2 with its dual 4G technologies is set to be one of the fastest in Optus' range.
What's so special about the G2?
The G2 runs on both Optus' 4G Plus and 4G networks. So with this little gem in your pocket, you'll have access to more 4G capacity, and a better mobile internet experience, even in peak times. No worries if you're in a 3G coverage area, you're covered there too.
The LG G2 is the only phone on the market with a revolutionary rear key on the back of the handset and no buttons on the side - a design made to work naturally and effortlessly with your index finger. Perfect for capturing that all important 'selfie' in just one click. You can control a huge number of infrared enabled electronic devices such as your TV or air conditioning with the G2's built-in universal QuickRemote feature. Plus, its increased battery life means you can experience the Optus 4G Plus network for longer.
'The LG G2 has received outstanding reviews globally and LG is thrilled to be working with Optus in
Customers can pick up the G2 on a number of great value Optus My Plans. For more information on visit www.optus.com.au/lgg2.
4G + 4G Plus = more 4G, more places
In an Aussie first, Optus is the only mobile provider running two complementary 4G networks using two technologies - Optus 4G and 4G Plus. Together, these 4G technologies mean more customers will be able to connect to Optus' superfast 4G network at the same time.
'As our appetite for data on the move continues to grow, so does our need for greater network capacity. With the roll out of our dual 4G networks, Optus is in a great position to provide the kind of capacity data hungry Aussies are looking for.'
Where can I find 4G Plus?
4G Plus is available in select areas of
Optus Corporate Affairs
(02) 8082 7850
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