Sprint and Clearwire were first out of the gates with 4G products that use WiMax technology. But Verizon Wireless has big plans for Long Term Evolution, which promises to deliver faster mobile broadband. Wireless carriers are either deploying LTE or planning pilots in the months ahead. If 4G lives up to the hype, it may allow broadband customers to cut the cords for 4G.
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Free may have been late to the party, but it's already made a big impact and forced rivals to reassess how they offer LTE.
AT&T's US customers should be able to access EE's LTE network, but pricing and speeds remain vague for now.
Prices are likely to get more competitive as Reliance Jio leverages Bharti Airtel's network in select cities, in a race ahead of rival Aircel to roll out 4G LTE.
As Singapore wraps up the year with a bustling startup ecosystem and significant milestones including the launch of its Personal Data Protection Act and amendments to Computer Misuse Act to combat cyberattacks. However, further efforts are needed to continue driving broadband adoption and to encourage 'bootstrapping' attitude in graduates
Sprint buying T-Mobile sounds good on paper, but good luck with combining networks, positioning the brand and being a leader in postpaid subscribers.
Not everyone is ready to open the champagne yet as we wait to see if these new policies will become new practices. If all goes well, users will eventually find it easier to unlock their phones.
Next-gen network pilot sees sustained speeds of 280Mbps.
EC wonks are set to get 4G connections next year after a change in the law.
The telco's investment will provide a major boost in growth of broadband services in rural areas, as well as enable delivery of e-governance, e-education, and e-health services.
The switchoff of analogue TV has been long coming — but with digital spectrum awash in home-shopping channels and the 'digital dividend' falling short of mobile expectations, is it really the success we were led to believe it would be?
Three companies won spectrum for high-speed mobile connectivity, including an unknown company, while one of the biggest telcos came away empty-handed.
Currently, market leader Bharti Airtel is the only telco offering 4G LTE services in India, but that could soon change with Aircel’s plans to jump on the bandwagon within the next 3 to 6 months.
The telco presses on with its aggressive 4G rollout across the country, with Bangalore the next city on its list which will also feature Circuit Switched Fall Back technology for voice calls.
Telstra has expanded its LTE-Advanced trial to new spectrum bands where the company was able to achieve peak download speeds of 300Mbps.