Points to consider before subscribing 4G internet service in India

4G internet is the new high-speed internet service in India. Wireless internet service providers just started to launch 4G broadband services using Long-term Evolution (LTE) technology. But as a user should I switch over to 4G internet service? Here I am sharing some information which may guide you to take the decision to move on it.

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Mobile number portability guide

MNP is an acronym of Mobile Number Portability. MNP allows users to change their telecom service providers or service location without changing the mobile no. If you are not satisfied with services of existing service providers or services are costly or any other reason, you can replace the telecom service provider while retaining the same telephone no.

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What is FUP (Fair usage policy) limit?

Fair usage policy is implemented with a view that some subscribers may use an excessive amount of Network Bandwidth. It may reduce the available bandwidth for the other customers. Broadband FUP limit may control such subscribers. Hence ISPs are providing equal opportunity for customers to access the internet. Different ISPs have different tariff plans as per requirement of different Subscribers.  Hence the customers of low download usage per month do not pay more.

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Long term Evolution (LTE)

LTE stands for Long-term Evolution. It is considered the fourth generation wireless communication networks. In LTE a user experience the speed up to 100 Mbps download and up to 50 Mbps upload.

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Difference between 1G, 2G, 3G and 4G wireless technologies

1G Wireless Technology

  • The 1G technology uses FDMA for different Subscribers by the single user on a single channel.
  • Voice quality is moderate, and effect of noise is more as the FDMA is analog communication.
  • It doesn’t support the Data services; Mobile handset battery will give less backup.
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Basic information about 4G Technology

4G technology is also called the 4th generation of wireless communication technology after the 3G. It offers much more speed than 3G services. The services provided in 4th Generation communication systems are mobile web access, VOIP, IP telephony, Games on Demand, Cloud computing, and high definition video services. There are two 4th Generation systems currently deployed commercially they are

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