VoIP UK traffic could be boosted by mobile broadband expansion

Monday, April 26th 2010

Making use of VOIP solutions in UK while on the move is becoming more popular and practical with about two of the leading mobile operators of the country is set to spread out their mobile broadband network. 3UK and T-Mobile UK has recently declared their plans to carry out their joint up gradation of network infra structure, by the end of 2010.
To help provide planning and infrastructure, the companies have been granted about £400 million contract, after which the the joint 3G network of the companies is determined to reach up to 98%. This widespread accessibility of 3G coverage makes it more functional for the users of network, smart phone and table computers  of UK, that they adopt IP telephony solutions of their basic means of communications.
Stephane Teral, chief analyst for FMC infrastructure and mobile at Infonetics Research said,  most of the Telecom companies wishes to migrate possible existing 2G and 2.5G customers to 3G. Hence the mobile network operators are forced as well as motivated to upgrade their network coverage from 2G to 3G.
If you are already an existing 3G user, using VOIP via 3G networks could be even more cheaper than using any other means of communication.

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