4G to fuel economic growth

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The new 4G broadband services rolled out in the UAE could bring out more than two-thirds of a billion dollars in new economic growth, says world’s largest telecommunications equipment provider Ericsson, in a study partnered with consultancy firm Arthur D. Little and Chalmers University of Technology. Faster broadband services in the UAE would add higher productivity for personal users and businesses dependent on their global connectivity via internet.

In addition, higher efficiency through faster connections would enable a greater workload to be accomplished thanks to the addition of high mobile penetration, essentially affecting the GDP. To date, etisalat says it will first offer faster services to laptop users initially via USB in December.

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The new 4G broadband services rolled out in the UAE could bring out more than two-thirds of a billion dollars in new economic growth, says world’s largest telecommunications equipment provider Ericsson, in a study partnered with consultancy firm Arthur D. Little and Chalmers University of Technology. Faster broadband services in the UAE would add higher productivity for personal users and businesses dependent on their global connectivity via internet.

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The new 4G broadband services rolled out in the UAE could bring out more than two-thirds of a billion dollars in new economic growth, says world’s largest telecommunications equipment provider Ericsson, in a study partnered with consultancy firm Arthur D. Little and Chalmers University of Technology. Faster broadband services in the UAE would add higher productivity for personal users and businesses dependent on their global connectivity via internet.

In addition, higher efficiency through faster connections would enable a greater workload to be accomplished thanks to the addition of high mobile penetration, essentially affecting the GDP. To date, etisalat says it will first offer faster services to laptop users initially via USB in December.

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