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FET begins commercial HSPA+ trial

Wednesday 10 November 2010 | 00:20 CET | News
Taiwanese communications provider Far EasTone Telecommunications (FET) has begun a commercial trial of HSPA+ at some locations in Taipei and Kaohsiung. Trial users can buy a one of two HSPA+ network cards bundled with a contract priced at TWD 775 per month which includes unlimited data use, The Digitimes writes. FET is offering the Huawei E1820 for TWD 7,990 without a contract or TWD 799 with a contract, and the BandLuxe C331 for TWD 4,699 without a contract and TWD 699 with a contract. Both models can reach a maximum speed of 21 Mbps for downloading and that of 5.76 Mbps for uploading data.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Far EasTone
Countries: Taiwan
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