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GO to launch 4G+ in 2017

GO plc will be launching 4G+ mobile internet in 2017, following various field tests early in the year, and after the regulator carries out the necessary allocations

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Jeanelle Mifsud
16 December 2016, 11:40am
4G+ will operate by bringing together more than one 4G frequency, resulting in maximum download and upload speeds and increased network capacity
4G+ will operate by bringing together more than one 4G frequency, resulting in maximum download and upload speeds and increased network capacity
GO plc will be launching 4G+ mobile internet to its clients in Malta next year.

4G+ will operate by bringing together more than one 4G frequency, resulting in maximum download and upload speeds that are multiple times faster than the current 4G speeds. The use of multiple frequencies will also increase network capacity, ensuring speeds remain high.

4G+ will be made available in 2017 after various field tests are carried out early on, and following the necessary allocation of spectrum by the regulator.

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