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Qatar Telecom to Become Fastest in the Middle East

WASHINGTON August 13, 2010- Qatar Telecom enables 21Mbps wireless network.

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WASHINGTON August 13, 2010- Qatar Telecom has completed their upgrade of their 3G network. The upgrade will provide users with speeds of 21 Mbps down and 5.8 Mbps up. These new speeds will be offered to customers at no extra cost. Additionally the firm is going to expand its mobile broadband offerings with a USB modem which can access the new high speed network.

Qatar Telecom is also going to begin trials of an HSPA+ network which will double the download speeds to 42 Mbps.

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FCC Chair Ajit Pai Says U.S. Sentiment Towards China Changed Under Trump

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WASHINGTON August 13, 2010- Qatar Telecom has completed their upgrade of their 3G network. The upgrade will provide users with speeds of 21 Mbps down and 5.8 Mbps up. These new speeds will be offered to customers at no extra cost. Additionally the firm is going to expand its mobile broadband offerings with a USB modem which can access the new high speed network.

Qatar Telecom is also going to begin trials of an HSPA+ network which will double the download speeds to 42 Mbps.

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President-Elect Joe Biden Needs to Reassure Global Allies That ‘America First’ Policy is Over

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WASHINGTON August 13, 2010- Qatar Telecom has completed their upgrade of their 3G network. The upgrade will provide users with speeds of 21 Mbps down and 5.8 Mbps up. These new speeds will be offered to customers at no extra cost. Additionally the firm is going to expand its mobile broadband offerings with a USB modem which can access the new high speed network.

Qatar Telecom is also going to begin trials of an HSPA+ network which will double the download speeds to 42 Mbps.

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America Thought Economic Liberalization Would Mean Political Liberalization, But Not China

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WASHINGTON August 13, 2010- Qatar Telecom has completed their upgrade of their 3G network. The upgrade will provide users with speeds of 21 Mbps down and 5.8 Mbps up. These new speeds will be offered to customers at no extra cost. Additionally the firm is going to expand its mobile broadband offerings with a USB modem which can access the new high speed network.

Qatar Telecom is also going to begin trials of an HSPA+ network which will double the download speeds to 42 Mbps.

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