SK Telecom paves way to LTE Advanced

Late last month, SK Telecom commercially launched the world's LTE-A network. Samsung, Nokia Siemens Networks and Ericsson-LG supplied the operator with the LTE/LTE-A network infrastructure, while Samsung supplied the one LTE-A handset it offers. U.S. operators are prepping for their own LTE Advanced deployments this year and you can bet that all eyes are on SK to see how it is marketing and promoting its service to consumers. Will AT&T and Verizon tell their customers that they're going to be getting LTE-A service rather than plain vanilla LTE? That's exactly what SK Telecom is doing. Article

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