HUAWEI New LTE Cat 4 MBBs on MWC 2013

Communication Reuters (CWW) February 27, held in Barcelona, Spain, 2013 Mobile World Congress MWC, Huawei exhibited the full range the LTE Cat4 data terminal containing:


  1. The world’s first LTE Cat4 Wingle Wi-Fi dongle E8278
  2. The 5G compact exquisite design LTE Cat4 mobile hotspot E5372,
  3. The Stylish homeb broadband of LTE Cat4 Speed Cube E5170,
  4. LTE Cat4 dongle E3272 with sports car streamlined design,


And other Smartphone and MediaQ serials terminals further highlight the strength of Huawei LTE data terminals.


In 2012, LTE set off a wave of building climax in the world. Comparing to the fixed network by the transmission rate, and a relative fixed network, LTE data service is more flexible business laying relatively 2G, 3G cheaper single-bit cost, and relatively Wi-MAX, and incorporates a much more mature industry chain. So more and more wireless operators, fixed-line operators, Wi-MAX operators are beginning to invest in LTE business. According to the GSA report shows that in January 2013, 381 operators in 114 countries are building LTE networks, and 145 LTE networks in 66 countries have officially commercial, expected at the end of 2013, total 234 providers’ LTE networks would be launched to commercial in 83 countries.


Commercial LTE network is inseparable from the support of the terminal, and the data terminal is no doubt a pioneer. With the wide range of commercial LTE network, a large number of LTE data terminals become personal essentials into the home and for small and medium-sized enterprises, and scale. Huawei played an important role in this regard. As of the end of December, Huawei has more than 90% of the commercial LTE network provides a service terminal 12 annual shipments of more than 3 million units.



“Huawei is one of the few vendors who are able to provide wide coverage, multi-band, end-to-end solutions and in current success makes us confident about the future.” Said Liu Xiaobin, vice president of Huawei mobile broadband product line, Huawei will always focus customer center, from the needs of customers and consumers, to leading-edge technology and leading design, sustainable and innovative spirit, to bring consumers leading experience and help customers achieve sustained commercial success. ”



In fact, Huawei LTE has global leader in the powerful technical strength. Huawei, the world’s first LTE CPE B390 VDF effective in helping to achieve the coverage of the dead zone of Germany rural fixed-line, the world’s first TD-LTE multi-mode data card E392 boost Saudi carriers STC offers the world’s first TD-LTE network services, the mobile hotspot GL01P, GL04P long-term rotation occupy Japan data terminal weekly sales champion. Huawei is currently the only supplier can provide the LTE Cat4 terminal, an industry-leading one year ahead, so far HUAWEI has shipped for more than 40 carriers. In 2013, HUAWEI will also give consumers exciting support LTE Cat6 terminal peak downlink rates of up to 300Mbps; With innovation, Huawei will release the world’s first LTE Cat4 Wingle E8278, support 10 Wi-Fi devices to connect at the same time, share a high-speed network, and other similar Wingle family products by Charger, Car Charger, charging treasure a variety of ways such as power supply. E8278 also supports Huawei’s own patented plug-and-play networking 15 seconds HiLink technology, reducing the failure rate significantly enhance product usability, some customers after use HiLink patented technology, product failure rate from 1.8% down to 0.3 %, not only a substantial increase user stickiness, and at the same time make the user’s Web experience more perfect.

HUAWEI E392u-21 and E392u-92 4G LTE TDD USB Modem

As one of the top telecom equipment supplier, Huawei has been leading the trend of 4G network. To meet the demand for network upgrade, many 4G LTE modems are released with new LTE technology. TDD, as the one of the two most popular LTE technologies, is widely adapted for 4G network in many providers all over the world.



Huawei E392u-21 and E392u-92 are born to support TDD networks. Even though there are many variants for Huawei E392 or Huawei E397, Huawei E392u-21 and E392u-92 should be the most popular two models, because HUAWEI E392u-21 and E392u-92 both support 4G TDD band 2600Mhz, what’s more, HUAWEI E392u-92 supports TDD 2300MHz. What’s more, HUAWEI E392u-21 also supports 4G FDD 2600MHz.



Actually, the 4G Spectrum TDD 2300/2600MHz and FDD 2600MHz are the most popular bands which are commonly deployed and launched to commercial. So the difference between the two 4G LTE dongles is the 4G Frequency band supported. Below are the details of 4G Frequency they could support:


HUAWEI E392u-92:

4G LTE bands: TDD 2300/2600 Mhz

3G UMTS: 900/2100Mhz

HUAWEI E392u-21:

4G LTE Bands: FDD 2600MHz/ TDD 2600Mhz

3G UMTS: 900/2100Mhz


Unlike HUAWEI E392u-21, HUAWEI E392u-92 could only work on 4G LTE TDD network. Since then, HUAWEI E392u-21 may support high link speed than E392u-92. Under FDD network, HUAWEI E392u-21 could reach peak download data rate at 100Mbit/s and upload data rate up to 50Mbps. But the maximum speed for HUAWEI E392u-92 to download is 68Mbps while upload peak speed is 17Mbps. When working on TDD network, HUAWEI E392u-21 could also run at this speed.


HUAWEI E392u-92 is somewhat like ZTE MF820T, but it seems HUAWEI E392u-92 is better because E392u-92 works on multi-mode, 3G & 2G network are backward while ZTE MF820T is single mode for 4G LTE TDD 2300/2600MHz. And with external antenna connector, HUAWEI E392u-92 would get high data rate in practical with MIMO antenna.



With the same compact design, HUAWEI E392u-92 and E392u-12 both have 2 external pigtail connectors. With MIMO technology, the transmission rate for data would improve obviously whenever in laboratory or practical usage.


It’s a pity that HUAWEI E392u-21 couldn’t support 2300MHz, which let E392u-92 has its special features. They both work for 4G TDD network and both are good 4G dongles worthy to have if there is 4G TDD network available round you.



ZTE MF880 and MF820T 4G LTE TDD USB Modem

As one of the most important 4G vendors, ZTE has released many 4G LTE modems. ZTE MF820T and MF880 are two of the popular TDD models.


Just like other 4G LTE modems from ZTE, ZTE MF880 and MF820T followed the same design as ZTE MF820 4G LTE FDD Surf stick. The modem body is a little bit larger than usual 3G USB stick. And taking them in hand, users can feel the weight is more than 3G modems.



What is a pity that both ZTE MF820T and MF880 don’t have the connectors for external antenna. Perhaps at the big inning when engineer designed the mode, they didn’t take this factor into their blueprint. As we can see, in the serials of ZTE MF820D, MF821, MF821D, MF820S2, MF820T, MF880, they all incorporates no antenna ports. As the key features of MIMO connection, we are afraid it may not be as good as the modems with MIMO antenna for data transmission.



ZTE MF820T and MF880 both work for 4G LTE TDD network, perhaps due to for different providers, they support different TDD frequency bands as below:



ZTE MF820T 4G LTE TDD Single Mode USB Modem:

* Single mode LTE TDD 2300/2600MHz



* FDD 800/2600MHz

* TDD 2300/2600MHz


* EDGE/GPRS/GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz



This should the key difference between ZTE MF820T and MF880. Per current information, ZTE MF880 had need presented to public under provider “3” from UK. And ZTE MF820T should be for China Mobile. What should focus is that ZTE MF880 could also support FDD LTE band 800/2600MHz. It means MF880 could switch between FDD and TDD networks, so ZTE MF880 is somewhat like a enhanced ZTE MF820T.




Regarding the data transmission speed, they both support download speed at 68Mbps and upload at 17Mbps under TDD –LTE network. ZTE MF880 seems more powerful because when working at FDD network, the peak speed could reach to 100Mbps for downlink while uplink could reach 50Mbps.


In conclusion, ZTE MF880 seems more powerful than ZTE MF820T, so if you want to want buy ZTE 4G LTE TDD USB Modems, welcome to



How to setup HUAWEI D105 Base WiFi Modem Router?

Below are the steps to set up HUAWEI D105 Modem Router.

1. Insert the SIM card into the modem

Remove the SIM card and insert the plastic protector on the modem. Do not throw the plastic protector because it is written in the PIN and PUK code of your card.

2. Monitor WiFi Base

  1. Connect the modem to the base WiFi.
  2. WiFi connects the base to electricity.
  3. Press the WiFi base located in the rear of the Turns
  4. To ensure optimum quality of communication is desirable that the modem will not stay hidden.

3. Connect your computer to the WiFi network

  1. With this you will have created the WiFi network at home. The name of this network is “huawei-D105”. The security of this network is initially disabled.
  2. Enables WiFi network on your computer, find the red “huawei-D105” and connect to it

4. Configure the wireless network

  1. From the browser on your computer, once you’re connected to the WiFi network, type the address: in the address bar and hit “Enter.”
  2. Enter the account and password (the initial values are admin / admin respectively) and click Apply.

  1. On the left of the screen, click Basic Settings and then Settings Internet.
  2. In the General section, check the box “Clente 3.5G” is selected.
  3. In the Status section, complete the field Enable PIN with the PIN code appears on the back of the SIM card that you received and click Apply.
  4. Click Profile Settings, and set up a profile with the following parameters:
  • Profile Name: “Internet”
  • Service APN: Static
  • APN:
  • Service Username / Password: Disable
  • Service number: “* 99 *** 1 #”
  • Connection mode: “Keep Alive”

Click Save and once they are applied changes and you can use the Internet connection.

At this point, you can connect to the Internet. However, we recommend that you establish some kind of security on your wireless network. You can review how to do it in “5: Wireless Setup” User Manual Wi-Fi/LAN Adapter D105.


ZTE MF880 4G LTE FDD TDD Modem Review

ZTE had release many 4G modems, such as ZTE MF820, MF820D, MF821, MF821D, MF820T, MF820s2 and MF880 etc.. And many 4G mobile WiFi are available now on the market. Today, we get the ZTE MF880 4G Modem and we will show the details for readers. Hope you will know more about this modem ZTE MF880.



Logo and USB Interface


The ZTE MF880 is with logo “3”, which means it’s customized by the UK operator “3”.



Like ZTE MF820, ZTE MF880 also has a rotatable USB interface; the USB could be hidden in the body of the modem. And beside the logo, there is a small indicator in oval shape, which will help users to know more about the connection status.





On the back, the model number MF880 is printed on this modem. With the model number, there is CE number, RoHS mark and below them is the IMEI number of this modem, which is on behalf of the modem’s ID. The IMEI number is printed on the back cover, unlike ZTE MF820, whose IMEI number is on a extra stick. And it also show the original produce place “Made in China”. ZTE also print its brand with this mark.


Inner Part


Beside the indicator, there is a little cap to open the back cover of ZTE MF880. But you may take effort to open. At this point, the modem is not user-friendly. The cover is very tight. After opened the modem, you can find the SIM card at the side of the body. But there is no slot for memory card. And it’s a pity that it also doesn’t have even one external antenna connector. In 4G LTE technology, the MIMO connection is one of the most important features for high speed data transmission.



Network bands


According to the official files from ZTE, the ZTE MF880 4G LTE Modem could support 4G LTE TDD and FDD bands as follows:


* LTE FDD DD800/2600 MHz

* LTE TDD 2300/2600MHz

* 3G UMTS 900/2100MHz


So unlocked ZTE MF880 could support all the operators who had launched Band 20, band 7, band 40 or band 38. ZTE MF880 should be one of the LTE modems which could support TDD and FDD simultaneously. If you want to buy unlocked ZTE MF880, welcome to land .


HUAWEI E5776 Branch and Variants Models

As the world’s first Cat 4 LTE mobile WiFi hotspot, Huawei E5776 LTE Pocket WiFi is well known among the tech geeks and the consumers who want to surf in much higher speed than normal 4G speed. Huawei E5776 could support up to 150Mbps data transmission for download, what’s more, up to 10 users could share the WiFi network simultaneously. This should be the key features for Huawei E5776.



However, just like Huawei E392 and E398, E5776 is not the final model number, which means Huawei E5776 has extender model number. As we can see for Huawei E392, there are E392u-12, E392u-21, E392u-92, E392u-22, E392u-6 etc..Following the same design guide, Huawei E5776 has branch models as follow: Huawei E5776s-860, Huawei E5776s-32, Huawei E5776s-22, Huawei E5776s-501, Huawei E5776s-601 and Huawei E5776s-922. Here comes a question: what’s the difference between these variants models?


It’s a good question. If you get familiar with Huawei E398 or E392, you may know that they just incorporate different chipset or configuration for various 4G LTE spectrum & frequency bands. Except the color difference, Huawei E5776 also follows this rule.



Below are the branch models of Huawei E5776 and their supported frequency bands:



HUAWEI E5776s-860: (For China Mobile)


* LTE-TDD 2300/2600MHz

* LTE-FDD 2600MHz




HUAWEI E5776s-32: (For Europe)


* LTE FDD 800/900/1800/2100/2600MHz

* UMTS 900/2100MHz

* GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz




HUAWEI E5776s-22:(For MTS)


* LTE-TDD 2600 MHz

* LTE-FDD 800/1800/2600 MHz

* UMTS 900/2100 MHz

* GSM 900/1800 MHz


HUAWEI E5776s-501: Unknown yet


HUAWIE E5776s-922: Unknown yet


HUAWEI E5776s-601: Unknown yet



Since there are no official sayings about the branch models of Huawei E5776, we just collects the information from Internet. Best there is no more information about the three models Huawei E5776S-501, HUAWEI E5776s-922, HUAWEI E5776s-601, we leave it empty. These models do exist because they had already gotten the WiFi appliance certificate on


From the 4G frequency bands, user could choose the right one for them, just like choose a 4G USB modem.



However, here now we are not sure whether there will be new model available, actually, the current model of Huawei E5776 could support most the 4G LTE network. If you want one, welcome to buy from .


Good 4G LTE TDD Modems

More and more 4G networks are launched to commercial as time being, many users want to have their own mobile gadgets to experience faster surfing speed. However, there are so many 4G modems on the market now, which one is better?

It’s a good question. First, we should know some knowledge about 4G Network. LTE and WiMAX are two most popular 4G Network. Since LTE dominates the 4G trend. Today, we would introduce 4G modem for LTE network.


As the most popular 4G network, LTE uses TDD and FDD technologies to transmit the data. Subsequently, there are 4G TDD modem and 4G FDD modem. They both have special advantages and weakness. This is not our topic today. Today we talk about the 4G modem for TDD network, i.e. 4G TDD Modems.


TDD Frequencies Band & Spectrum



Wideth of band(MHz)


1900 – 1920



2010 – 2025



1850 – 1910



1930 – 1990



1910 – 1930



2570 – 2620



1880 – 1920



2300 – 2400



2496 – 2690



3400 – 3600



3600 – 3800



Below are the top TDD Modems that are good for 4G TDD networks:


4G modems for band 38(2600MHz):

  1. Asiatelco ALT-C180 .
  2. Asiatelco ALT-C186
  3. Asiatelco ALT-C187
  4. Huawei E392-92
  5. ZTE MF820S2
  6. ZTE MF820T
  7. ZTE MF880
  8. HUAWEI E392u-21


4G modems for band 40(2300MHz):


  1. Asiatelco ALT-C160,
  2. Huawei E392-92,
  3. ZTE MF820S2 .
  4. ZTE MF880
  5. ZTE MF820T


So if you are hesitate on which TDD Modem to choose/buy, hope above information would help you make the decision. But since the TDD modems for rest bands are very few, we will make a summary next time about 4G LTE dongles.


What’s the Difference between Sierra 770s and 754s 4G Mobile Hotspot?

At the beginning of 2013, the US vendor Sierra Wireless released a new 4G LTE mobile Hotspot Sierra 770 Wireless Aircard. Actually, we feel puzzled why Sierra Wireless released the 770s. It’s not because there is already AirCard 770s, but there is another similar 4G AirCard from Sierra 754s. The model number is 754s. What makes us more curious is that the AirCard 770s and AirCard 754s are both for the provider AT&T, in our opinion, they are very similar, almost the same functions besides the appearance.



Let’s have a review of the two 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot Sierra 770s and Sierra 754s. Hope to find something unknown.



From the official specification, we found Sierra 770s Mobile Hotspot incorporates dual-chipset (Qualcomm MDM 9215 and WTR1605L) while Sierra 754s has only one chipset Qualcomm MDM 9200. In this case, Aircard 770s should have upgraded the chipset to have better performance.


Network Band

They both work for LTE 700MHz (Band 17) / AWS (Band 4), which is the AT&T 4G LTE network spectrums. But there is some difference on 3G UMTS bands; the Sierra AirCard 770s could support HSPA/HSPA+ 850/1900 MHz while Sierra 754s supports UMTS/WCDMA 850/900/2100 MHz. On 2G network, Sierrra 770s works on GPRS/EDGE 850/1900 MHz while 754s works on Quad-Band GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850/900/1800/1900MHz). This should be the key difference between them. Because the 3G network band decides which model could be used.



Other same specifications between them:


* 2 x 2 MIMO antenna connector for LTE

* Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n

* FDD-LTE Category 3

* Supports up to 10 Wi-Fi devices (configurable)

* 100 Mbps downlink, 50 Mbps uplink)

* MicroSD TM / SDHC support (up to 32 GB)

* Standalone and assisted GPS


We suppose the Sierra Wireless Aircard 770s is for specific areas in US because the network coverage of AT&T may vary on spectrum of 3G UMTS and 2G GSM/GPRS. However, since no official saying is presented, we can’t make this conclusion.



Sometimes, we believe the newer, the better, especially for consumer electronics. And from appearance, the Aircard 770s looks really cool in color and design. We believe it would never let the users disappointed. If you want to buy this new mobile hotpsot, welcome to land for more details.

UE for 4G LTE Band 3 LTE (1800MHz)

As one of the most popular commercial and planned 4G LTE FDD spectrum, 4G LTE Band 3 (1800MHz) is supported by many mobile wireless terminals from many vendors all over the world. Some of the most popular models are listed below:


1.    Alcatel L100V, 2012.10, f.e. S.Africa, Vodacom

2.    Huawei E3276, 2012.11

3.    Huawei E392, 2012.09, f.e.UK, EE

4.    Huawei E398u-15 and E398u-18, 2012.10, f.e. S.Africa, Vodacom

5.    Huawei K5005, 2012.10, b3,  f.e. S.Africa, Vodacom

6.    Megafon M150-1 (Huawei E3276), 2012.11

7.    ZTE K5006, 2012.10, f.e. S.Africa, Vodacom

8.    ZTE MF821, ..2012.09..

9.    ZTE MF821D 2012.08, f.e. Moldova, InterdnestrCom


1.    Huawei E5776, cat.4, 2012.09

2.    Huawei E589 mobile Wi-Fi, 2012

3.    Vodafone R210, b3, 2012.10, f.e. S.Africa, Vodacom

4.    ZTE MF91 4G LTE Router, 2012.10 b7 2600/ b3 1800/ b1 2100 or b20 800/ b3 1800


1.    AVM Fritz!box 6810 LTE, 2012.09

2.    AVM Fritz!box 6842 LTE, 2012.09

3.    Netcomm 4G100W ..2012.08..

4.    Netcomm 4G100WV, ..2012.08..

5.    Netgear MBR1517,  b1,b3,b7,b8,b20 +fallback to 3G, 2012.06

6.    Netgear MVBR1517, VoiP/VoLTE, (b1,b3,b7,b8,b20) 2012.11

7.    Huawei B2000, 2012.10, f.e. S.Africa, Vodacom

8.    Huawei B593s-82, 2012.06

Band 3(1800MHz) Operators

LTE Band 3 (FDD 1800MHz) is running on 1710-1785 and 1805-1880 MHz, it’s 75 MHz. LTE1800 (LTE in 1800 MHz spectrum) is now launched on one third of all commercial LTE networks. 32 operators, compared to 5 one year ago, have commercially launched LTE1800 either as a single band system, or as part of a multi-band deployment strategy in 24 countries.


Below are the operators that launched Band 3 to commercial or plans to deploy Band 3 LTE Network:




  1. Angola, Movicel, 2012
  2. Australia, Optus, 2012
  3. Australia, Telstra 4G, Sep. 2011
  4. Azerbaijan, Azercell, 2012.06
  5. Bulgaria, M-Tel,  limited commercial, 2012.09
  6. Bulgaria, Vivacom, 2012.06
  7. Croatia, T-Hrvatski, 2012.03 (800 / 1800)
  8. Croatia, VIPNet, 2012.05
  9. Czech Republic, O2 (Telefonica), 2012.05
  10. Denmark, 3 Denmark, commercial from 2012.09
  11. Denmark, TeliaSonera , 2011.10 (1800) and 2010.12 (2600)
  12. Denmark, TT-Netvaerket (Telenor and Telia joint project)
  13. Dominican Republic, Orange, 2012.07
  14. Estonia, EMT, LTE1800 and 2600, 2012.09
  15. Finland, DNA, 2011.06  (LTE 1800 and 2600)
  16. Finland, Elisa, 2012.03  (LTE 1800 and 2600)
  17. Finland, TeliaSonera, NSN, from 2011.08.31 (1800 and 2600)
  18. Germany, Telekom Deutshland (TD), 2011.07
  19. Hong Kong (China), CSL, 2011.06
  20. Hong Kong (China), SmarTone Vodafone HK, 2012.08.28 E   (LTE 1800 and 2600)
  21. Hungary, T-Mobile, 2012.01
  22. Hungary, Telenor, 2012.09
  23. Japan, eAccess, band 9 (within band 3)
  24. Japan, eMobile (band 7 LTE 1800)
  25. Kuwait, Zain, in commerce from 2012.12; refarming was possible from 2012.10
  26. Latvia, LMT (TeliaSonera), NSN, 2011.06
  27. Lithunia, Omnitel, Huawei, 2011.04
  28. Lithunia, TeliaSonera, tbc
  29. Mauritius, Orange
  30. Namibia, MTC, Huawei, 2012
  31. Netherlands, KPN, 2012.07
  32. Philippines, Smart Communications, 2012.09   (LTE 850, 1800 and 2600)
  33. Poland, Aero2, 2011.05
  34. Poland, Mobyland/CenterNet, 2010.09 (Cyfrowy Polsat is MVNO)
  35. Portugal, Optimus, 2012   (LTE 800, 1800 and 2600)
  36. Saudi Arabia, Zain, 2011.09
  37. Singapore, M1, 2012.09  (LTE 1800 and 2600)
  38. Singapore, SingTel, 2011 (LTE 1800 and 2600)
  39. Slovak Republic, O2, 2012
  40. Slovenia,, 2012.07.12
  41. South Africa, Vodacome, 2012.10.10
  42. South Korea, KT, 2012.01
  43. South Korea, SK Telecom, 2012.09
  44. Switzerland, Swisscom, 2011.11.29
  45. UAE, Du, NSN-RAN, 2012.06
  46. UAE, Etisalat, 2012.11 (LTE1800 and LTE 2600)
  47. UK, Everything Everywhere, 2012.09
  48. UK, Etisalat  (LTE 1800 and 2600) tbc






  1. Australia, Vodafone 4G (VHA), plan 2013
  2. Belgium, Proximus/Belgacom, plan 2012 end
  3. Belgium, Mobistar, plan 2012-2013
  4. Bulgaria, 4G Com EAD, has technology neutral spectrum
  5. Bulgaria, Bulsatcom,  has technology neutral spectrum
  6. Bulgaria, Max Telecom, has technology neutral spectrum
  7. Estonia, Elisa, in deployment 2012
  8. Estonia, EMT, in deployment 2012
  9. France, Bouygues, trialling, plan 2012
  10. France, Orange, trialling, plan 2013
  11. India, Videocon Mobile Services, plan 2013, source 2013.01.16
  12. Italy, 3 Italy, deploying, plan 2012
  13. Italy, Telecom Italia, plan
  14. Italy, Vodafone, has 2×5 MHz, plan to launch
  15. Kuwait, VIVA, refarming possible from 2012.10
  16. Kuwait, Wataniya Telecom, refarming possible from 2012.10
  17. Netherlands, T-Mobile NL, plan to start network in 2013
  18. Philippines, Globe Telecom, plan 2012.09
  19. Portugal, Vodafone
  20. Romania, Orange Romania, plan to launch LTE 1800 before 2012 end
  21. Romania, Vodafone Romania, got band 3 1800 MHz spectrum Sep. 2012
  22. Russia, Tele2, plans (trials done in 2012)
  23. Singapore, StarHub, plan Sep 19. 2012
  24. Slovenia, Mobitel, plan 2012
  25. South Afrika, 8ta, deployment
  26. South Africa, MTN, trialling from 2011, plan commercial from the end 2012.12
  27. Spain, Yoigo has 1800 spectrum, in deployment
  28. Sweden, Net4Mobility, plan 2013
  29. Sweden, Telia Sonera, plan 2013
  30. UK, 3 UK, plan to buy 2×15 MHz from EE, plan 2013
  31. Tests, studies, trials
  32. Brazil, Oi , 2012.09
  33. Georgia, Magticom, 2012.09
  34. Germany, E Plus, 2012.09
  35. Greece, Cosmote, 2012.09
  36. Indonesia, Indosat, 2012.09
  37. Laos, Beeline, 2012.09
  38. Malaysia, Celcom, 2012.09
  39. Phillipines, Bayan Telecom , 2012.09
  40. Russia, Smarts, 2012.09
  41. Thailand. TOT/AIS , 2012.09
  42. Thailand, True Move , 2012.09
  43. Turkey, Avea , 2012.09
  44. Venezuela, Digitel , 2012.09