Vodafone Has Four Improvements on Its Mobile Network: LTE, Higher Quality, Greater Penetration and More 3G Coverage Areas

Today Vodafone launched at Mobile World Congress with the intention of talking about real products to use now and has filed new tariffs of contract, an agreement with Visa mobile payments and was the first operator in the world in brand new service anti whatsApp posed by a group of 800 telcos. Services that will be supported according the better connected commitment to deliver the best mobile experience to speak and surf.
Vodafone has explained in four aspects the benefits they bring to users the different actions taken for continuing to improve the mobile network:

  • LTE: 2012 will be the year of the commercialization of the fourth generation (4G) in Spain and if Movistar ahead us its first steps in relation to the LTE today Vodafone recalled that maintains pilot testing in Madrid, Barcelona and Malaga, as well as Santander, where the LTE technology was operational during the celebration of the 25th meeting of the telecommunication. He has also spent months upgrading its mobile network equipment that will facilitate the future migration of 3 G to 4 G.
  • More quality: Vodafone has implemented the Protocol Fast Dormancy for optimize the use of the network that will affect the smartphones battery savings so that they last up to 25% more, improving the quality of downloads of video, faster connections and the ability to playback content Flash in all types of mobile devices. This improvement will reach the total of the Vodafone network next month.
  • Renewal of the network in urban areas: Following the adoption of the refarming 900 band, Vodafone has started the renewal of the network to improve coverage 3G inside buildings and prepare the deployment of new technologies (HSPA + and 4 G) that will alleviate the congestion to be increasingly more efficient.
  • Renewal of the network in rural areas replacing equipment with a “multitecnologica” solution that supports 2G, 3G and HSPA + and LTE future migration to 3G coverage more quickly reach the small populations that already have 2G.