Optus has agreed to acquire Vividwireless, and with it comes a chunk of spectrum suitable for 4G services.
Close encounters between Australians and the fourth generation of smartphones can officially commence today down under, as HTC's Velocity lands in the hands of those who pre-ordered, while anyone with the need to feel 4G's raw speed can undoubtedly visit one of Telstra's flagship T-Life stores for a rush of digital adrenaline.
A US think tank has published research claiming that the transition to '4G' (ie LTE) technologies will spur significant new job creation and growth that could help the American economy restore gains in incomes and business investment.
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