Pictured: Vodafone technology director Madalina Suceveanu and enterprise director Anne Sheehan

Vodafone unveils 4G+ offering

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Pictured: Vodafone technology director Madalina Suceveanu and enterprise director Anne Sheehan

1 December 2014

Vodafone is the first operator to deliver Ireland’s first 4G+ technology providing speeds up to twice as fast as first generation 4G and standard fixed-line broadband.

From today, Vodafone customers in Waterford city will have access to data speeds of up to 150Mb/s with 4G+. The cities of Cork, Dublin and Limerick will be switched on by the end of December.

4G+ is available to Vodafone RED Super Business and RED Extra Super bill pay customers at no extra cost until April 2015 using one of three select Samsung 4G+ enabled smartphones: Galaxy Note Edge, Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Alpha.

Vodafone technology director Madalina Suceveanu said: “Vodafone customers in Ireland already have access to the widest 4G footprint across six cities and 377 towns and villages. In tandem with our 4G roll-out, we are modernising our network nationwide, providing customers with improved voice call quality and data services to all areas with existing voice services.”

Vodafone enterprise director Anne Sheehan added: “Vodafone customers in Ireland already have access to the widest 4G footprint across six cities and 377 towns and villages – covering over three quarters (79%) of the country and 95% of 3G coverage nationwide. In tandem with our 4G roll-out, we are modernising our network nationwide, providing customers with improved voice call quality and data services to all areas with existing voice services.”

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