Frontiers has announced it will soon launch a 5G internet service, dubbed Frontier, which will allow its customers to access high-speed internet at home or abroad.
Frontiers 5G service is expected to be available later this year.
The 5G Frontier service will be available to customers who have a broadband connection from a qualifying telco, such as Virgin Media or Optus.
Frontier will also include a data-capable hotspot and voice-over-internet-protocol-enabled hotspot.
Frontier 5G is expected for customers with a smartphone, tablet or computer, and for people who can’t access their own internet connection.
Frontier’s pricing is likely to be cheaper than most of the 5G services available from telcos.
Telcos have been struggling to cope with the cost of 5G, which is currently being offered at $99 a month.
The technology, which can allow broadband speeds of up to 300Mbps and 4G video, is expected as soon as 2018.
It will be one of the first major services to roll out to Australia and will be used by a growing number of businesses.
The announcement follows the launch of Frontier’s 5G phone service earlier this year, which also allows customers to download and stream videos and photos to their smartphones.
Frontier is also developing a service for people aged over 60 who do not have a mobile phone or tablet.