Mobile Broadband

Mobile broadband is the marketing term for wireless Internet access through a portable modem, mobile phone, USB wireless modem, or other mobile devices.

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CTIA – The Wireless Association - Policy Issues - Spectrum
... to meet the growing demand by consumers and businesses for mobile wireless broadband services ... world's most efficient commercial spectrum user, the explosive consumer demand for wireless broadband will quickly outpace carriers' network capacity ... referred to spectrum as the "oxygen" needed to achieve universal broadband service, the key goal of the FCC National Broadband Plan (NBP), released in March 2010 ...
MTS India - Wireless Broadband Service (MTS MBlaze)
... MTS launched EVDO Rev A based high-speed mobile broadband service, MBlaze, in November 2009 and has seen tremendous market acceptance with over 5 lakh (As ... India, “With a view to enhance customer experience, MTS has prepared a blue print to take the mobile broadband usage in the country to the next level ... The National Broadband Plan envisages provision of 160 million broadband connexions including 60 million wireless broadband connections by the year ...
Internet In The United Kingdom - Broadband - Mobile Broadband
... Mobile broadband is high-speed Internet access provided by mobile phone operators using a device that requires a sim card to access the service (such as the Huawei E220) ... A new mobile broadband technology emerging in the United Kingdom is 4G which hopes to replace the old 3G technology currently in use and could see download speeds increased to 300Mbps ...
Movistar - Mobile Broadband
... Cellular modules for the HSDPA and HSUPA networks can be located at http//www.m2msearch.com/cellular-modules. ...

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