3G is looked at now as being outdated, but it plays a huge role in cellular networks across the UK, and it’s still something you use in everyday life. Understanding 3G is what leads you to the basis of 4G and 5G – which are both far more modern technologies.
3G stands for ‘third generation. It’s used to provide signals to phones, so you can call, text, and access the internet, and the core technology is a lot like 4G and 5G. There have been huge developments in the number of cell towers in the UK; these towers provide widespread strong reliable signals. But users may drop in and out of these cells as they move around. The introduction of 3G led to the term ‘mobile broadband’, as this was the first time it became an option to use the internet whilst on the move; for example, on a train or as a passenger in a car.
With 3G network technology, clients will experience high speeds for their communication which supersedes the 2G network technology as well as other dated technologies, for use in data communication.
Faster data transfer rate
Anywhere access to the internet.
Always online devices
Customers will get high-speed network for the data communication
Anywhere access to the internet
Good for data-intensive application
Customer will get wireless broadband
Video call and big MMS
Uninterrupted video streaming on phones
It is extremely faster than previous networks
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Mobile Signal Solutions (MSS) is a UK-based installer of Ofcom approved mobile telecom equipment used for vastly improving mobile signal levels internally for all commercial and domestic clients across the UK and Europe. We use network grade equipment boosting signals for Vodafone, o2, 3 and EE.
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