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Vodafone 4G upgrade lifts rural broadband speeds

More than 200 towers now built or upgraded to 4G in quest for a minimum of 50Mbps connectivity nationwide by 2025.


4G is coming to the London Underground’s tunnels next year

The Verge: The London Underground will get 4G access in its tunnels and stations starting next year. The rollout will start with the eastern half of the Jubilee line between Westminster and Canning Town stations in March 2020, and the plan is to have the entire network connected by the middle of the next decade. In addition to 4G, the system will also allow passengers to connect using 2G and 3G.

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Moon to get 4G Coverage in 2019

Neocrisis - It seems that the future is coming a little bit faster than anticipated. Why? Apparently, a year from now, our Moon will get 4G coverage.

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jazzking20012189d ago

TO THE MOON! oh wait, that does not sound so "out there" anymore.

SunnyZ2187d ago

It's about time the Ancient Egyptians living on moon got to join up to twitter and facebook.
I hear they are amaze-balls at typing in all emojis, their whole language is based around it.

BioDead2184d ago (Edited 2184d ago )

Of course, because everyone gets lost IN THE MOON every once and a while so the internet connection there makes so much sense.


USA, USA, USA: America's 4G Network Is Ranked 62nd 'Best' In The World (Behind Macedonia)

The United States takes pride in being a technological leader in the world. Companies such as Apple, Alphabet, IBM, Amazon and Microsoft have shaped our (digital) lives for many years and there is little indication of that changing anytime soon.

But, as Statista's Felix Richter notes, when it comes to IT infrastructure however, the U.S. is lagging behind the world’s best (and many of its not-so-best), be it in terms of home broadband or wireless broadband speeds.

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thorstein2192d ago (Edited 2192d ago )

The United States is a conglomerate of 50 States and therefore the infrastructure is based on each state. Same as everything else in the United States.

For example, the first comment in the article claims "so is the education." But, the education is different based on the state you reside in. Massachusetts happens to be in the top ten in the world in education. So, you see, you can't really measure the USA as a whole in anything, since there isn't one infrastructure.