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 Tuesday, June 28, 2011

­Switzerland based Swisscom says that it is rolling out the HSPA+ technology in six Swiss cities, which will enable mobile data communication speeds of up to a theoretical peak rate of 42 Mbps. All NATEL data premium customers will be able to take advantage of this surfing speed.

Swisscom already unveiled this upgrade at the WEF in Davos. The high-speed network is already available in Berne and Zurich, with Basel, Geneva, Lausanne and Lugano set to follow suit from the end of August 2011. The high speeds can be used with the Huawei E372 USB stick, which is now available from Swisscom in combination with the NATEL data premium subscription.

Source: Cellular News