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Mobile & Wireless

Neotel achieves 70Mbps in LTE trials

Friday 9 November 2012 | 11:22 CET | News
South Africa operator Neotel said it's trialling LTE at speeds of about 70 Mbps at its Midrand campus, with an aim to launch the service commercially before the end of the fiscal year. CEO Sunil Joshi said that the group was not only testing LTE as a technology, but also working with partners on the service, MyBroadband reported. Joshi said that Neotel was getting in the region of 70 Mbps at its Midrand campus; however, he cautioned that the trial "is still a work in progress". The company chief added that Neotel hoped to get finality before the end of the fiscal year, in March 2013.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: NeoTel
Countries: South Africa
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