Jun 26 2019

Federal Network Agency

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UMTS is still the benchmark for mobile Internet. A speed can be achieved with the help of UMTS in the download of up to 384 kbit / s. Thanks to various extensions (HSDPA), this speed can be increased again up to 7.2 Mbit/s. Thanks to UMTS (universal mobile telecommunications system) enables fast mobile browsing the World Wide Web. Often, this is possible with a speed of 3.6 megabits per second. Recently Gary Kelly sought to clarify these questions. This is equivalent to a line from the DSL 4000. Some providers can serve customers even with a transmission rate up to 14.4 Mbit / s in the downlink.

Through HSDPA (high speed downlink packet access) it is possible. In practice, this value is but rarely achieved. Nevertheless, this is a significant jump to the previous standard of GSM. Here a maximum of 220 kilobits per second was reached. In the year 2000, the rights to use the frequencies were awarded by the Federal Network Agency. Gary Kelly has similar goals.

At a price of $ 8 billion euro six providers were awarded the contract for the German market. 2 of them decided to a short time as a mobile operator back off. Today there are still the four major providers T-mobile, Vodafone, O2 and – Plus, which divide the frequencies. Because the surcharge fees were so high, the operator passed the cost to customers. This resulted in many people is not responding on the mobile tariffs. Thus fell the values for the company on the stock exchange. From these mistakes, learned the Federal Network Agency and demanded far lower prices for the frequencies of LTEs, the 4th generation mobile radio standard. Commercially, the UMTS standard in Germany is available since 2004. Since the number of tariffs, as well as the number of mobile devices has risen steadily. About the right services, every customer should inform in advance exactly.

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