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The Aussies are laughing all the way to 21Mbps, sure, but where's a denizen of the Old World supposed to get their fix? Austria's mobilkom has officially become the first European carrier to launch HSPA+ service, using Ericsson-sourced equipment to offer peak data rates up to the same 21Mbps offere

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When you know what's just around the bend, biting on the best the world has now is that much more difficult. Just ask T-Mobile International, who told Unstrung at the World Telecoms Conference in London that it would probably bypass the whole HSPA+ thing and look straight to LTE. More specifically,

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Making good on a promise delivered at MWC earlier this year, Telstra has announced that its customers will be \"the first in the world\" to experience 21Mbps of blazing download speed when it launches the first phase of its HSPA Evolution network by the end of 2008. We don't have any particularly good

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Get this. Australian site ChannelNews claims that a \"senior executive of Telstra\" is the latest 3G iPhone bean spiller. They quote the exec as saying the following:\"We know what is coming we have seen the new device and it will be available on our network as soon as it is launched in the USA. By Chr

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Get this. Australian site ChannelNews claims that a \"senior executive of Telstra\" is the latest 3G iPhone bean spiller. They quote the exec as saying the following:\"We know what is coming we have seen the new device and it will be available on our network as soon as it is launched in the USA. By Chr

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Apparently not content to let Nokia Siemens have the upgraded mobile broadband spotlight to itself today, Ericsson has now announced that it's set to demonstrate what it's touting as the \"world-first end-to-end HSPA Evolution technology\" at CTIA next week. That, the company says, should allow for sp

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Apparently not content to let Nokia Siemens have the upgraded mobile broadband spotlight to itself today, Ericsson has now announced that it's set to demonstrate what it's touting as the \"world-first end-to-end HSPA Evolution technology\" at CTIA next week. That, the company says, should allow for sp

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