India to hit 100 million 4G connections by 2020 - Ericsson

Thursday 5 March 2015 | 06:42 CET | News
India will reach over 100 million 4G connections by 2020. 3G will remain main technology to boost mobile broadband growth over the next three years, The Economic Times reports, citing Chris Houghton, head of Ericsson India head. "In India, we expect 3G to remain the main technology to drive mobile broadband growth at least for next three years. We do expect to see an uptake of 4G around 2016-17 with the 4G numbers going to over 100 million by the year 2020", said Houghton.

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