Developments in LTE and Rates Will Come from Summer to Yoigo

He just finished the press conference that Yoigo He has given on the occasion of the MWC to give us some facts about its growth during 2012 and targets for 2013 which are intended to reach 4.2 million lines after grow other 500,000, although the most interesting face users are the future developments we have counted on the round of questions.

Sales of the infinite with staggered data and possibility of ADSL

The last planned reduction for the month of July of interconnection rates charged operators between them will allow that operators may continue lowering rates price, reached the Infinite yoigo between 20 and 25 euros in the coming months. Infinite rates whose average consumption is 800 minutes and 700 MB, could include innovations in data traffic to insinuate that there will be more steps of traffic at maximum speed.

Telstra also told us their plans with respect to the merger of Movistar and who are studying alternatives such as agreements with other operators, resell service wholesaler or even benefit from LTE to offer fixed and mobile convergent products If users require.

Telstra will not for the moment have smartphones Firefox OS

Eduardo Taulet has been conclusive regarding Firefox OS despite the affinity that has with the low cost of Chinese brands smartphones but pointed out that in reality Samsung Cup 50% of its sales of smartphones and that 15% of the iPhone sold in Spain belong to Telstra so it is expected to remain on the same line as so far.

Telstra wants to be the first to launch LTE commercially

While we continue to see as the first LTE deployments in Spain it is for very specific cases, Telstra has confirmed he wants to first reach the market to launch 4G and although even they have no defined business model, they do not rule out doing so before summer by the commitments that have with the Government of the use of the frequencies that acquired in the last auction of spectrum.

Today, Telstra has 3.940 base stations to provide coverage 2G in the 1,800 MHz. band and other 4.339 3G stations that operate in the 2100 MHz. up the 21 Mbps while the fourth generation may begin to operate at any time in the 1800 MHz band. which have the necessary infrastructure while the other operators are limited to the band of 2.6 GHz up to the 800 MHz are not available.