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4G

(4th Generation) The fourth version of a product or system. For example, the latest cellular technology that is commonly deployed is in its fourth generation. In 2010, the ITU officially designated LTE, WiMAX and HSPA+ as 4G technologies. See LTE, WiMAX, HSPA and cellular generations.


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It is noted that a 4G network is "highly energy efficient" as compared to analogue radio.
Ooredoo Group announced yesterday that Ooredoo Myanmar has successfully rolled-out 4G+ across 200 towns in the Southeast Asian nation, as part of a major network and infrastructure project set to offer the widest and fastest 4G network in the country.
More in more, owning true to its commitment, an additional investment of $200M in 2017 has expanded the company's 4G footprint to all of Pakistan, paving the pathway to making 100% of its network 4G enabled, making it the fastest growing 4G network.
Some of the new towns under Vodafone 4G network include Kapurthala, Malerkotla, Jalalabad, Nabha, Sirhind Fatehgarh Sahib, Muktsar, Jagraon, Fazilka, Sunam and Tarn Taran, he said.
As the pioneer 4G network in Pakistan, Zong 4G has been at the forefront of leading Pakistan's data revolution from the ground-up, enabling students and young entrepreneurs.
Azercell possesses the largest 4G network in the country.
He added that the all these efforts are clubbed with the vast spread distribution network and a wide range of products and offerings including a suite of Digital entertainment apps, make Idea the preferred 4G network in the region.
Working in partnership with local maritime autonomy experts, MAP Marine Technologies (MAP-Tech), Nedaa's 4G network is utilized to remotely operate a boat located in Dubai Creek via C2Pro, a new portable command and control station.
Whether surfing the internet or downloading favourite clips, our 4G network is the comprehensive solution people across Oman have been waiting for.
Since the change of ownership and management, over a period of last one year, Telkom has invested KES 5 billion in upgrading and intensifying its network, and also introduced new data plans that are expected to stimulate use of the 4G network.
Omantel's 4G network currently covers more than 86 per cent of inhabited areas in the Sultanate; far ahead of the global average of approximately 48 per cent, according to the statistics of the World Association for Mobile Communications.
The new unlimited packages are compatible with Mobily's enhanced 4G network and provides super-fast Internet services in all major cities and towns of the Kingdom.