mobile broadband

Vodafone Ireland Reports Rise in Fixed-Based Business
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Vodafone Ireland has revealed that its fixed-base business grew to 267,000 customers in the three months ending September 30th, up 2.8 per cent on the preceding quarter and a rise of 7.6 per cent year-on-year. According to Vodafone, 78 per cent of its mobile subscribers now regularly use mobile data. The group said better value […]

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Inmarsat Readies To Deliver Global Mobile, Broadband Services
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Inmarsat has completed construction of its final four satellite access stations for its Global Xpress (GX) Ka-band network which is scheduled for worldwide commercial service and delivery of high-speed mobile and fixed broadband services early in the second half of next year. According to Inmarsat its Ka-band network offers a “powerful differentiator” to traditional regional […]

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Huawei and University of Surrey Reveals 5G Vision
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Huawei and the University of Surrey announce a further £5 million investment to help develop the world’s first 5G test bed. One of the targets of 5G is to improve the data rates for mobile broadband. This will not only benefit consumers but will also help enterprise customers. 5G promises to deliver broadband speeds of […]

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Telstra’s New 4GX, Extreme Speed: X Marks the HotSpot!
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The world’s fastest LTE-A speeds are now available in Australia, with Telstra dubbing its service 4GX, in a naming differentiation much like Telstra’s faster that competitors’ 3G service dubbed “Next G” was (and still is!) at the time. The 800-trillion-kilo ‘telcorilla’ says the service, delivered over its new 700MHz spectrum, delivers ‘higher typical mobile speeds […]

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EE Launches its 4G+ Network in London
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EE has just announced the launch of its 4G+ network which can be accessed from around 150 sites across central London. The new 4G+ network will be available to EE customers who have a 4G+ (CAT 6) device, such as the Samsung Note 4 or Samsung Galaxy Alpha.

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