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Topic # 54046 15-Dec-2009 19:01
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It was a bit of a Turkey shoot as to where to post this so if it's in the wrong area feel free to move it.

http://www.myce.com/news/teliasonera-launches-worlds-first-4g-service-23543/

"Sweden’s TeliaSonera became the first company to launch a 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless service commercially, with coverage now offered in Stockholm and Oslo.

TeliaSonera said its 4G speeds could be ten times faster than 3G, with consumers able to utilize services that current mobile infrastructure cannot handle.

The company also has agreements for nationwide 4G LTE service in Sweden, Finland and Norway.  "

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  Reply # 282895 15-Dec-2009 20:21
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It's a fantastic news.. Shame there aren't going to be any LTE handsets until 2012 at the earliest according to Ericsson who built the network!

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  Reply # 282971 15-Dec-2009 23:52
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sbiddle: It's a fantastic news.. Shame there aren't going to be any LTE handsets until 2012 at the earliest according to Ericsson who built the network!

Actually in Oslo it was built by Huawei... Ericsson in Stockholm.




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  Reply # 283629 18-Dec-2009 08:51
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Looks like it's catching.

"NTT DoCoMo Begins Building LTE Network
Japan's largest cellular provider has embarked on a network upgrade that should enable it to offer high-speed LTE (Long-Term Evolution) data services from around this time next year."

http://news.yahoo.com/s/pcworld/20091217/tc_pcworld/nttdocomobeginsbuildingltenetwork





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