Irish mobile operators are considering trials of 4G

Irish mobile phone operators are considering 4G mobile trials, which would boost mobile broadband speeds above those of entry level fixed services The Sunday Business Post has learned.

30th May, 2009

Irish mobile phone operators are considering 4G mobile trials, which would boost mobile broadband speeds above those of entry level fixed services The Sunday Business Post has learned.

The technology, also known as Long Term Evolution (LTE), is expected to increase mobile broadband speeds to up to 150 megabits per second (Mbs). An entry-level Eircom broadband service currently offers 1Mbs.

Last week, Meteor showcased a 4G demonstration from its broadband network partner, Ericsson. The demonstration, operated...

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