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in 2002, a new provider of broadband mobile technology appeared on the scene, one which claimed to pack an unlimited data plan into a single sim card. at the time, it was the first major step into a new world for mobile data. the company was called allworx and it’s claim was that you’d never have to worry about data again! sounds crazy enough but they had the technicality of a monthly plan. and to their credit they didn’t charge you for the initial month, they charged you for the first & second months and so on until you ran out of data. so they were a big benefit to the consumer. but the costs of the plan were extortionate. the plan was very specific, you could have as much data as your mobile phone was capable of. for example, a nokia 3310 had 2 kbs of data, so if you had an allworx sim card you could have up to 32 kbs of data.

in november 2002, at&t launched its first mobile broadband 4g lte service – called u-verse. the network, developed in conjunction with ericsson, features data speeds as fast as 10 megabits per second – 10 times faster than today’s typical mobile broadband speeds. u-verse’s data speeds and reliability, and the fact it runs on at&t’s network infrastructure, puts it in a class by itself. at&t is planning to offer the service to about 100 markets. at&t will also be the first operator to bring in all-digital tv, which is expected to take place around the end of 2010.

the problem with all of these new technologies is that most of them were developed with the mobile operator’s finances in mind and it is only recently that they have been rolled out with the consumer’s best interest. anyone would have thought that by 2008 we would have cheaper and faster 3g mobile data packages with the mobile operator’s service being a good enough standard to be quite well supported, but that wasn’t the case. until this year perhaps that is what will happen with the new 4g lte network.

lte should provide a huge boost for mobile data. at this point, verizon offers to upgrade from 3g to 4g (at limited times) and that’s about it. for users, it’s ‘just’ between 3g and 3.5g speeds. 4g lte however could provide somewhat higher upload speeds that if it was all based on 1xev-do or 2.5g ev-do a and t-mobile’s already has a program to upgrade customers to 4g.
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