O2 push LTE aka 4G: 150mps over mobile phone data network

O2 is to start pushing out its LTE (Long Term Evolution) technology; this is superb for the next generation mobile phone.

Tests have been carried out in Slough by O2 mobile broadband users where they were given new LTE dongles; LTE is the all new high-speed mobile network also known as 4G and is the successor to 3G.

Long Term Evolution technology (LTE) will revolutionise the way we browse the web using mobile phones because at the moment it is estimated of getting max speeds of 7.2 megabits per second in the UK for mobile broadband access and with the new LTE rollout it is estimated to get browsing speeds of up to 150 megabits per second over the mobile phone data network.

There is a good question we would love answered, The Telegraph has said that some experts warn it could interfere with television viewing, what do you think?

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