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Broadband Speed and Cost is The Major Challenge in Nigeria
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Speaking during the opening session of this year's Social Media Week (SMW) Lagos, Jason Njoku, the founder of iROKO, has identified that the broadband speed and the cost of broadband as the major challenge the company is battling in Nigeria. Accor [...]
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4G With No Extra Cost for Existing O2 Customers
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The O2's 4G services in the UK is suddenly getting a whole lot better now and it seems that existing 3G customers will be getting 4G at no extra cost. The customers who own 4G-enabled phones will received a text message from the network which info [...]
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4G LTE Market in China: A Golden Opportunity for Korean Companies
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The size of the Chinese market connected to the mobile network 4G LTE could be increased more than six this year, according to Strategy Analytics. This crazy growth should therefore be a rare opportunity for Korean companies constrained by a local ma [...]
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Google Working On New Broadband Technology Which is Fastest Then Its Fibre Service
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According to Google executive, the online search giant is now working on broadband technology that will provide data transfer speeds over the internet that are many times faster than its current Google Fibre service Currently Google Fibre offers d [...]
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Plusnet Cuts Its Fibre Broadband and Calls Packages Price
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Plusnet, a subsidiary of BT, has decreased the price of its 76Mbps superfast Unlimited Fibre Broadband and Calls (FTTC) package from £19.99 to just £12.50 a month for the first 9 months of service. However, a monthly line rental of £14.50 must [...]
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Which Network of High Speed Mobile Broadband is Best for the UK Consumers?
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Early-adopters of 4G had to go with Everything Everywhere because it had a monopoly on the high speed mobile broadband connection. This meant prices were high compared with a 3G tariff. Now, however, the initial monopoly has paved the way for competi [...]
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