T-Mobile mengatakan bahwa jaringan 4G miliknya akan kompatibel dengan iPhone

Posted by on Mar 14th, 2012 and filed under Apple, iOS 5, news. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

T-Mobile telah memposting sebuah keterangan di blog mereka bahwa jaringan 4G miliknya akan kompatibel dengan iPhone. Sementara tulisan ini dibuat jaringan 4G tersebut belum diluncurkan untuk pelanggan mereka.

Ini menjadi isu krusial mengingat T-Mobile adalah salah satu operator yang memasarkan perangkat Apple iPhone secara ekslusif, sehingga sangatlah berpengaruh jika dimasa mendatang mereka membangun infrastruktur baru yang tidak mendukung perangkat iPhone.

Berikut adalah keterangan yang kami kutip dari blog T-Mobile :
During the proposed AT&T T-Mobile USA merger the company said that it had “no clear path to LTE.” What changed?
Several important developments make LTE possible for us now. Most importantly, we’re getting new AWS spectrum as a result of the termination of the AT&T deal (pending regulatory approval), which we will use for LTE.

We are also going to make more effective use of the spectrum we already have by refarming a portion of our 1900 MHz PCS spectrum to support HSPA+ services, which frees up additional AWS spectrum for LTE. With the AT&T breakup spectrum factored in, T-Mobile will have sufficient spectrum to roll out LTE with 20MHz to about 75% of the top 25 markets in 2013. Most remaining markets will have 10MHz. Our course, we’d love to have more spectrum to further strengthen our position to compete in the marketplace.

Will refarming make your network compatible with the iPhone? And will you stop offering 2G services?
A nice side benefit of the refarming effort is that our 4G network will be compatible with a broader range of devices, including the iPhone. The other important benefit of our network modernization effort is the coverage improvements it will deliver, especially when it comes to in-home coverage. As we refarm our 1900 spectrum, we will continue to fully support our customers with 2G devices.

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