HSPA+ for enhanced mobile broadband

HSPA+ is the natural and most economical evolution from HSPA, allowing WCDMA/HSPA operators to make the most efficient use of their existing assets and investments in network, spectrum and devices at a lower cost.

HSPA+ is backward compatible, allowing for a gradual introduction of devices and a smooth, cost-efficient and simple network upgrade to existing HSPA nodes.

Thanks to the doubled data capacity and more than doubled voice capacity over HSPA and WCDMA, respectively, HSPA+ enables operators to offer mobile broadband and voice services at an even lower cost.

It further enhances the end-user experience through lower latency, extended talk time through VoIP, and an improved “always-on” experience.

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