Orange launches high speed mobile service

Orange France is rolling out a new high speed HSDPA service for corporate customers, beginning in Lyon. The new service will deliver up to 7.2Mbit/s download data speeds. Deployment in other major cities and towns across France should be underway by the summer of 2008. Dubbed 3G+ HSDPA, the new service will also offer upload data speeds of up to 1.4Mbit/s. Orange is the only operator in France offering three types of mobile phones compatible with 3G+ HSDPA that can be adapted to laptop computers.

For further information:
- go to 3g.co.uk and Computerwire 

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