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Bell Mobility Speeds Up HSPA Network to 42-Mbps8:38 pm on November 18, 2010 | Category: Cellular, Telecom Services, Wireless, Wireless Technology
Canadian cell phone operator, Bell Mobility, has doubled the theoretical maximum download speed of its HSPA wireless network to 42Mbps.
The accelerated ’3G+’ network will be available to users of the Novatel Ovation MC547 device, which will be marketed as the ‘U547 Turbo Stick’ by Bell. This device, which acts as a wireless modem for laptop and notebook computers, will be available to Bell Mobility users in Toronto beginning next Tuesday (November 23).
“This just pushes the frontier forward a little bit,” commented Bell Mobility president, Wade Oosterman. “Itâ€™s great for Canada.”
Users will need to pay an extra $10 per month (on top of their normal mobile data bill) to access the 3G+ network.
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