The Japanese are experts at getting long teeth to the rest of the world in terms of mobile telephony. On this occasion, and on the occasion of the GSM Mobile Asia Congress in Hong Kong, NTT Docomo has just announced that it will begin to offer data connections in December 2010 with LTE and terminals that support this system in 2011, skipping completely through HSDPA +.
As a result of the deployment of LTE in Japan, 2G networks of NTT Docomo they will stop working in December 2012, something that that country should not cause too many problems.
NTT Docomo It plans to invest US $ 3,400 million to offer this service which should reach 50% of the Japanese territory in 2014; as you might expect, they will begin to offer it in big cities and busiest areas. Today NTT Docomo It is doubling its mobile Internet traffic each year.
The connection LTE, It also referred to sometimes as 4G, offers download of up to 100 Mbps and 50 Mbps upload speeds, although possibly the most interesting thing about this technology is that it provides a high-performance connections moving at high speeds.
In Spain, Movistar It is intended, if there is no last-minute delays, launch LTE in 2012. We hope that by then the price of mobile tariffs are reasonable.
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