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Topic # 95682 10-Jan-2012 18:03
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I have just been watching a click clip on BBC about 4G. Looks good. I noticed that Vodafone ran a 4G LTE 'trial' back in 2008, any news when it will be coming here? It would be ideal for the RBI.


http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/click_online/9672822.stm


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  Reply # 567025 10-Jan-2012 18:08
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Check out the Vodafone RBI page already mentions LTE



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  Reply # 567026 10-Jan-2012 18:13
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Aah, so LTE comes into existence in 2014/2015?

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  Reply # 567029 10-Jan-2012 18:30
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Was quite a good episode that one.




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  Reply # 567042 10-Jan-2012 19:10
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djrm: Aah, so LTE comes into existence in 2014/2015?


No reason why LTE can't be deployed here immediately though - other than cost.


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  Reply # 567049 10-Jan-2012 19:42
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Stability, frequencies, interference, licensing, devices, handsets, support, performance in a geographically challenging country....




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  Reply # 569095 15-Jan-2012 14:10
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Low uptake due to inevitable exorbitant cost to consumer (chicken and egg).

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