LTE in Moscow surpassed in popularity 3G




“Beeline” summarized the results of “The sooner, the free”, which was held in the Moscow region. From 1 October 2014 to 15 January 2015, subscribers can use the Internet over LTE unlimited and free. As a result, LTE-traffic protesters in the “Beeline” network of more than 1.5 times higher than the traffic 3G. During the action the number of users fourth-generation networks has increased by 55%.


In November last year, “Beeline” became the leader of the company’s rating DMTel , which specializes in providing professional services for the optimization of radio and mobile networks. The study operator showed the highest rate of mobile Internet in St. Petersburg. In the city average download speeds to a subscriber (Downlink) amounted to 2.5 Mbit / s from the subscriber (Uplink) ─ 0,5 Mbit / s, which is much higher than the data obtained in the networks of other operators. In addition, the “Beeline” has become a leader on the dynamics of growth: in comparison with 2012 the average transfer rate increased by 75%.

In 2014, the operator was launched technology Carrier Aggregation , which is one of the main functionalities LTE-Advanced, is to combine the two channels to increase the maximum and average data rate per subscriber unit. Owners of smartphones with support for this technology are mobile internet speeds of up to 110 Mbit / s.

At the request of the operator, free event “The sooner, the free” allowed customers to “Beeline” test the high-speed mobile Internet and get to know its capabilities. Great Expectations provider holds the results of the action – probably many who took part in it, will use the service in the future.

See also:

Speed ​​test LTE-networks in Moscow: “MegaFon” MTS “Beeline” and Yota
Russian mobile operators are preparing to test networks 5G
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