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August 22, 2008

Mobile broadband could reach 100 Mbps


by David Allen

Internet service providers (ISPs) have a lot to think about with sales of mobile broadband reaching all time highs and some users, although only a small percentage, actually replacing their fixed line broadband with mobile broadband.

Now according to the GSM Association (GSMA) there is a good chance that within a couple of years, thanks to the rolling out of the Long Term Evolution (LTE), mobile broadband could well be delivering connection speeds of up to 100 Mbps.

This will happen in Japan and South Korea by 2010, but by 2012 this will be reaching Europe for the first time and then fixed line broadband providers are going to have to up their game considerably if they intend on keeping their existing customers.

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