Report: Users will pay more for higher speed data

Nortel sponsored a study that collected reactions from focus groups in the U.S. and Japan to find out how people view high-speed wireless data services. The conclusion: Mobile users are frustrated by the data speeds and are willing to pay more to get faster connections, according the study done by consulting firm CSMG Adventis. Nortel, of course, wants operators to swiftly move to 4G.

For more about the study:
- read this report from InformationWeek

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