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The Register has reported that O2 will roll out HSDPA across its national 3G networks by Q3 2006


HSDPA upgrades 3G to improve the network's data performance, taking downloads speeds up to 1.4Mbps in its current form, though O2 is looking to improved data rates that should push 3.6Mbps by the time the technology goes live outside the Isle of Man. Upload speeds should hit 384Kbps from today's 128Kbps.

Come early 2008, and the download speed is set to rise to 7.3Mbps before hitting 10.2Mbps in late 2009.

The trial network became a commercial service run by O2 subsidiary Manx Telecom last week.

Posted on Thursday, November 10, 2005 8:29 AM News , Mobile Networks | Back to top

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It is indeed, one of the most innovative product of technology. - Gary McClure
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