Neotel LTE launches in September

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Residential attainability for a change Neotel?-Price??? LTE + Neotel sounds like something with so much potential, but my own breathing will continue on as normal for the moment
 

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This is very good news for ZA (and Neotel) as it will switch Neotel to GSM away from CDMA.
CDMA has been a dud - eg Telkom + Multic-Link + Nigeria + CDMA = R7B FAIL.

LTE will allow Neotel to use standard mainstream phones making Neotel a realistic alternative cellular network.
There are quite a few networks (see USA) that have switched from CDMA to LTE increasing consumer options.
 

Dlamaqhinga

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This is very good news for ZA (and Neotel) as it will switch Neotel to GSM away from CDMA.
CDMA has been a dud - eg Telkom + Multic-Link + Nigeria + CDMA = R7B FAIL.

LTE will allow Neotel to use standard mainstream phones making Neotel a realistic alternative cellular network.
There are quite a few networks (see USA) that have switched from CDMA to LTE increasing consumer options.
 

siraman

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Well, guess us in the sticks will never get a taste of this if going by the present coverage and lack of effort by Neotel to increase it's footprint.

http://www.nashuamobile.com/nm_portal.asp?link=neotel_coverage_mapping&siteid=ver5

The funny thing, just about every mention of Neotel were are always boasted to about their wonderful metro-fibre and km's of national fibre, yet no effort to pilot/launch in one small town/city.Bah!!
 
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