Vodafone Australia has switched on its 4G mobile network in Adelaide's CBD and suburbs, with the telco saying that the low-band 850MHz network would improve customers' indoor coverage.
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The mobile services of both Telstra and Optus were virtually unusable for the 30,000 pundits attending this year's Splendour in the Grass festival, while the underdog Vodafone performed best.
Vodafone will be drawing from the low-band 850MHz spectrum holding that currents supports its 3G network to boost its 4G network coverage to aim at covering 95 percent of Australia's metropolitan population by the end of the year.
Rotten or patchy broadband signal at home or at work could be a thing of the past if Vodafone's Open Sure Signal project can prove its worth.
Vodafone is playing 4G catch up, bringing coverage to an additional one million people later this year.
Vodafone Australia says its LTE network is solid and quick enough to avoid any repeat of the issues that plagued its 3G network.
Telstra is on the attack against its rivals' coverage claims, this time telling Vodafone its 4G ads need to disclose that the company's network might not always be the fastest.
Amid promises to extend its 3G and 4G networks, Vodafone is already looking to LTE-A with a trial in Naples.
Having deployed Aircel's 2G and 3G networks, ZTE will now design, supply, and deploy the Indian operator's LTE network in eight telecom circles across the country.
With India already having some of the lowest tariffs in the world for both voice and data, competition is about to pick up as 3G rates have been slashed to 2G rates, benefiting subscribers all over.
A Vodafone-backed report into broadband has said that any change to the NBN under the Coalition should consider improving mobile coverage through an upgraded NBN.
Vodafone believes its 3G and 4G networks outpace those of its rivals, but given how badly it has performed in the past, its CEO doesn't believe it's right to brag about it to its customers.
Market leader Grameenphone has launched the country's first 3G network, and has pledged to do its best to make the service available at affordable prices.
We take Vodafone's new 4G (LTE) network for a test-drive using Sony's 10.1-inch Xperia Tablet Z.
In a plan to increase network coverage and reliability, Vodafone is adding 1,700 more 3G cell towers in Delhi within the next 12 months.
Telecom Regulatory Authority of India recommends cutting the reserve price of future 2G auctions by up to 60 percent, with a pan-India 1800MHz license pegged at 14.96 billion rupees (US$231.74 million).
Vodafone Australia's CEO Bill Morrow has said that the Coalition's policy to address mobile coverage blackspots is a small start, but will encourage investment from industry.
Following its license win, the Norwegian telco will roll out its 2G and 3G networks within five years using high-speed packet access technology, and also install 4G base stations.
Lacklustre take up has forced India's biggest telco to slash its 4G rates by nearly 30 percent. However, an industry analyst believes a more developed ecosystem and value add services are needed before 2G and 3G users upgrade.
Nokia Siemens Networks will leverage the region's diversity, with differing strategies for developed markets with strong LTE adoption, and emerging markets still rolling out 2G and 3G technologies.
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