13 thoughts on “LTE: Around the World”

  1. Om : The Reliance which is the larger telecom company and the Reliance which has the 4G license are two different companies. Owners are brothers but that’s where the similarities end.

    Reliance Industries bought the company called Infotel to gain 4G access. This is owned by Mukesh Ambani.

    4G is a near monopoly by Reliance Industries.

    Reliance Communications, owned by Anil Ambani operates the regular 2G connections and have 3G license in 13 circles.

  2. New Zealand’s two largest telcos have proposed delivering internet services to rural users with a mix of LTE and fibre. It’s not a lot of people, but it’s an important step for a small country.

  3. I’m not sure if India is “reeling” exactly. Yeah, the 2G spectrum was massively overpriced, but it’s not as though this is a country with a stable and clearly regulated allocation process.

    Then again, at least it isn’t Thailand.

  4. Here in Australia we should be getting 4g lte by the end of this year using the 1.8 ghz by Telstra and 700 mhz and i think 2.6 ghz after analog tv gets switched of at the laterest by 2013

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