Bell Mobility launches Dual-Cell HSPA+ in North America

Friday 19 November 2010 | 12:49 CET | News
Canadian operator Bell Mobility has launched a Dual-Cell HSPA+ network supporting data speeds of up to 42Mbps in North America. Mobile data device maker Novatel Wireless will launch the Ovation MC547 USB modem on Bell Mobility's Dual-Cell HSPA+ network. The Ovation MC547 modem is a DC-HSPA+ USB modem. The Ovation MC547 is based on the 3GPP Release 8 standard. DC-HSPA+ supports downlink data rates of up to 42Mbps and 11Mbps on the uplink, allowing carriers to upgrade their existing infrastructure equipment to achieve higher bandwidths.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Bell Mobility / Novatel Wireless
Countries: North America
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AND ANYONE WHO HAS TRIED TO DEAL WITH BELL SERVICE, COMPLAINT DEPARTMENT KNOWS HOW OBSTINATE, STONE WALLING, UNHELPFUL THEY MOSTLY CAN BE TOO.. Which reminds me my Bell internet services is still disastrous, unreliable, I have connectivity problems even as of lately periodically when I have no downloads even, I have email sending problems as well.. and what Bell does not know how to fix this still and it wants more money? dream on.. It is absolutely pathetic, disgusting that I have to fight with Bell, be threatened with a lawsuit, all to get my rightful matters settled in the end.. and next bad history with Bell likley repeats itself still too.. Do all consumers have to go through this process now as well? People often ask me where is the Consumer affairs ministers in all of this still? sleeping too, who with? They Bell do fix one problem and they seem to create another. Here is the reality Bell’s existing Internet system in still not totally adequate, it has defects, shortcomings, something they never seem to admit or tell others. Plus in the process of upgrading, modernization, creativity Bell continuously makes changes to it’s internet supply services, which next cause significant connectivity problems with some of their existing, non compatible equipment, as well as major problems for their related clients, major ISP problems. Major Problems that Bell dishonestly covers up, lies about and tends never to admit to, for fear of any negative repercussions, and for fear of being likley held financial responsible of any damages of course. This approach of Bell is all inexcusable still.. Bell’s Consumer complaints , abuses and their increase was so predictable because Canada’s too often major telecommunications companies, the 3 Stooges, for they too have not changed nor their abusive behaviors Bell included now. Bell (TSX:BCE), Telus (TSX:T) and Rogers (TSX:RCI.B) “lead the ladder in terms of complaints”. In total 3,747 complaints were received in the 2009-2010 monitoring period, up from those in 2008-2009. http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/10/28/consumer-complaints-abuses-and-their-increase-was-so-predictable/
the non conformer @ 19/11/2010 - 19:16

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