The London Underground is set to get 4G connectivity under new plans announced by city authorities.
Three UK is seeking a judicial review to overturn Ofcom’s ruling on the upcoming spectrum auction, it has confirmed.
MegaFon has launched Russia’s first Gigabit LTE service, achieving download speeds of 979MBps in a demonstration.
UK mobile subscribers increased their data usage by 44 percent in 2016 as they capitalised on faster 4G plans, research from Ofcom has revealed.
Irish operator Imagine is teaming up with Huawei to launch a fixed wireless access (FWA) network in the country as an alternative to FTTP.
Ericsson and Qualcomm have hit 953MBps in a Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) trial with Verizon.
Samsung has announced the industry’s first LTE modem to support six carrier aggregation.
TIM has achieved speeds of 1GBps on its 4G network using Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) technology, in a trial it is billing as a “world first”.
Telia and Nokia have trialled interworking between 4G and 5G networks in the 3.5GHz band.
Vodafone UK has redeployed part of its 3G spectrum to boost its 4G coverage.
Three Austria, DNA and Elisa are leading the way for data consumption per SIM, new data has found, with operators urged to take advantage of high customer loyalty through generous data bundles.
MTS has teamed up with Ericsson and Qualcomm to trial Licence Assisted Access (LAA) technology in Russia.
Private LTE is set to outpace Wi-Fi in the mining sector as companies look to roll out underground wireless connectivity, according to new predictions.
Data traffic at Finnish operator DNA has grown by 60 percent during the past year, with streaming fuelling all-time high data consumption.
Orange has expanded its 4G+ network by deploying the technology in a town near Lyon, offering residents speeds of up to 680MBps.
Karuby is a somewhat nondescript village around a half hour's drive west of Helsinki but it is these humble surroundings that Finnish operator DNA chose as the launchpad for Gigabit LTE.
A better experience for all users, not just those with the most high-spec devices, is EE’s lofty ambition as it begins to roll out Gigabit LTE across its network.
EE’s forthcoming drone fleet could be used for tasks as diverse as transporting network infrastructure to increasing coverage, according to the operator’s ‘Droneman’.
TIM is readying the launch of a 700MBps mobile internet service in seven areas of Italy as part of a wider upgrade of its fixed and cellular networks.
French operator SFR has doubled down on efforts to extend 4.5G across its network after it hit 628.31MBps in a 4x4 MIMO trial on LTE.
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