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Digicel Bermuda switched on its 4G LTE network yesterday (25 May), claiming to offer mobile data speeds up to ten times faster than those previously available. The deployment of the... more
Dutch-owned WiMAX provider Augere, which operates under the Qubee brand in Pakistan, has unveiled plans to launch LTE services for corporate customers in eleven cities. PakWired writes that firm has... more
Hong Kong fixed and mobile operator HKT has launched the market’s first 600Mbps LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) network, boosting its peak theoretical speed from the previous maximum of 450Mbps. The firm says... more
Smallest Nepalese cellco by subscribers Smart Telecom has been awarded a 4G LTE licence by regulator the Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA), reports The Himalayan Times. The company becomes the third... more
Kyrgyzstan’s Nur Telecom, operating under the ‘O!’ brand, has announced that its 4G LTE network – launched three years ago – now covers a population of over two million, in... more
Norwegian-owned cellco Telenor Serbia has upgraded its LTE networks in seven cities with what it calls ‘4G+’ technology. The bolstered system combines frequencies in the 800MHz and 1800MHz bands but... more
Thai mobile operator True has awarded Ericsson a contract to deploy what it claims is ‘the world’s first major Dual Band Dot [solution]’ to improve indoor connectivity across Thailand. The... more
State-owned Thai telecoms operator TOT has formally selected Telenor-backed Digital Total Access Communications (DTAC) as its preferred partner to deploy 4G LTE services using the 2300MHz band. The proposal involves... more
Lithuanian fixed and mobile operator Telia Lietuva has installed 4.5G LTE-Advanced Pro (LTE-A Pro) base stations in five major cities across the country, allowing customers to access mobile data rates... more
Norwegian-owned cellco Telenor Myanmar has confirmed that it has purchased a twelve-year licence for a 2×10MHz block of spectrum in the 1800MHz band. The frequencies were priced at USD80 million... more