South Korea is ramping up support for LTE-Advanced devices.
LG Uplus, South Korea's smallest mobile provider, has unveiled its own LTE-A network offering around twice the speed possible through regular LTE, Yonhap reported on Thursday. The new service is presently available in Seoul and a few other major cities, but it will reportedly branch out to the rest of the country by the end of September.
In June, fellow Korean provider SK Telecom launched the world's first LTE-Advanced network.
Both companies explained that the faster speed of LTE-A is achieved through carrier aggregation, which bundles two frequency bands … Read more