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The number of 4G LTE devices on Smart's network grew by 78 percent year-on-year

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Smart Communications Inc. has announced that the number of 4G LTE devices on their network grew by 78 percent year-on-year.
The number of 4G LTE devices on Smart's network grew by 78 percent year-on-year
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More customers of Smart are now using 4G devices

More customers of Smart are now using Long Term Evolution (LTE) and LTE-Advanced (LTE-A)-capable devices to connect to its mobile network.

Aside from regular 4G connection, the number of 4G LTE-A devices on Smart's network also grew by 72 percent. These include devices with two-component (2CC) up to five-component (5CC) carrier aggregation.

It is likely due to the company's ramped-up network rollout across the country and partnerships with several mobile phone brands.

Smart partnered with popular smartphone manufacturers to to provide more affordable LTE devices out in the market. It includes 700MHz ready Samsung Galaxy J2 Core, OPPO A37, and Starmobile Play Click.

On Smart's GigaX plans you can get higher-end 4G devices with LTE-A like the Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note9, and Apple iPhone XS and XS Max.

Alongside our accelerated network roll-out, we are also partnering with device manufacturers to help our customers access capable devices, in order to take full advantage of the network that we are putting in place, said Mario G. Tamayo, PLDT-Smart senior vice president for Network Planning and Engineering.

Smart said that it is important for customers to adopt the devices that can fully tap the networks capabilities.

How about you guys? Are you now on 4G?
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