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Orange upgrades 3G in N Ireland and Scotland, network performance improves by 20% December 26, 2008

Posted by aikservices in 3G, Europe, HSPA, Ireland, Mobile, Orange, Scotland, Telecom, UK, Wireless.
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Orange has boosted its 3G and 3G+ (HSPA) networks in Northern Ireland and Scotland. Some 760 sites have been upgraded across the areas, resulting in a 20% improvement in network performance for both voice and data, claims Orange.

Orange Vice President for IT and networks Pete Marsden said, “We are investing heavily in updating and improving our infrastructure to meet our goal of being the best UK network for coverage and reliability.”

Orange is offering over 94% population 3G coverage and over 70% HSPA across the UK.

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