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November 17, 2008

3’s plans for mobile broadband

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by David Allen

It looks as if there could be a change of direction coming for the mobile broadband provider 3, as they have just published their plans for how they see the mobile broadband network looking towards the end of 2010.

Whether they are planning a shift from the hand set market to data, is another matter.

What it does look like is that they are going to attempt to be the largest mobile broadband in the UK by that time, with estimated download speeds of 14.4 Mbps and upload speeds of 5.7 Mbps through their HSDPA and HSUPA connections.

As well as announcing that they intend to take on the mobile broadband market with a vengeance, that have also introduced the INQ1 data enabled phone, which makes use of the network to allow users to stay in touch through Skype, Windows Live and Facebook.

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