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StarHub upgrades mobile broadband to 42.2Mbps

16 Mar 2010

Singapore cellular operator StarHub is upgrading its mobile broadband network with dual carrier frequency technology which will enable it to offer its customers maximum download speeds of 42.2Mbps – double those currently available on its network. The cellco’s vice-president of integrated network engineering, Peter Cook, is quoted as saying that as a result of the latest upgrade it will ‘soon be able to manage even larger volumes of data traffic and continue to support the highest HSPA speeds available in Singapore, to meet the growing demand for broadband access on the move.’ StarHub plans to complete upgrade work on its mobile broadband infrastructure by the third quarter of this year.

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