Chunghwa to deploy 4CA, boost speeds to 500Mbps

Thursday 13 July 2017 | 13:16 CET | News
Taiwanese operator Chunghwa Telecom plans to increase its number of 4G base stations by 40 percent this year, mostly in urban areas. Via this project, the operator aims to boost data transmission speed, Taipei Times reports, citing a company statement. Chunghwa Telecom's 4G bandwidth is set to expand to 130 MHz, after the company upgraded two 2G spectrums on the 1,800 MHz band to 4G, following the discontinuation of 2G licenses on 30 June.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Taiwan
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