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April 14, 2008

Could mobile broadband overload network?

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by David Allen
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Could mobile broadband overload network?<br />

With the sales of mobile broadband dongles surprising almost everyone in the mobile communications industry, in fact some estimates are stating that the market has grown seven times ever since they were first introduced to the market.

This means that all of this additional network usage will eventually take its toll on the entire mobile phone network as the increase in mobile data usage rises. This cannot be allowed to continue unchecked as eventually something will give and then there is more likely to be blockages in the network.

Although there had been some testing, nothing could have prepared them for the amount of people subscribing for mobile internet. However although there has been a huge rise in the use of mobile broadband there is no reason to believe that this service will ever replace traditional broadband services as they appeal to different markets.

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