World's largest carrier, China Mobile, to test TD-LTE service in March 2013
China Mobile's goal is to test 200,000 TD-LTE base stations throughout the country by the end of next year. Initial speeds will reach an average of 40Mbps downloading and 18Mbps uploading. While China Mobile cannot yet carry the Apple iPhone, China Telecom and China Unicom can and the Apple iPhone 5 is expected to be launched on Friday from the two carriers.
1. Izzy_V posted on 12 Dec 2012, 04:39 0 0
So they're upgrading to Japan's 3G speeds? We're still on their 1X speeds here in the U.S. ;[
2. eisenbricher posted on 12 Dec 2012, 05:08 1 1
You don't need to whine about it. Majority of people are still stuck to crappy EDGE speeds.
And 40Mbps downlink!!! Dude my college had a 10Mbps DSL line split between ~300 terminals. Talk about low bandwidth lol...
3. Izzy_V posted on 12 Dec 2012, 05:30 1 0
You must have taken that entirely out of context if you comprehended it as whining.
4. Adithya7184 posted on 12 Dec 2012, 05:40 1 0
what the hell!!! Being a largest carrier, no LTE till now.....So india is better than china now...i am enjoying 4G services from Bharti Airtel since 5-6 months here in Bangalore.