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What is the 4G that Ethio Telecom says I have expanded?

When you use the Internet on your phone, you see different signals at your internet speed.

E, O, GPRS, 3G and 4G are the few. 4G is the fastest of these.

4GLTE can also be described as ‘Long Term Evolution’ or ‘Long Term Evolution’.

The so-called ‘fastest fifth generation’ or 5G mobile internet will be used if it is used.

The technology did not reach everyone. If so, you may need a telephone.

While there are no universal standards for mobile internet speed, Internet providers are moving from one generation to the next, moving to the fourth and fifth generations.

Ethio Telecom

Ethio Telecom has more than 50.7 million customers. Of the more than 50.7 million customers the company claims, more than 48.9 million are mobile phone users.

More than 23.5 million are data and internet users.

It launched its Internet service in 1997, and two years later it launched a mobile service.

What is Satellite Internet?

Ethio Telecom launched 4G / LTE Internet in 2015 in Addis Ababa, saying, “4G LTE service provides high speed and bandwidth as well as reliable data service.

The company said in a statement on its website that it has been expanding its 4G LTE service based on data traffic growth and demand in Addis Ababa and all regions.

It has launched in just over the last few weeks.

For the first time outside of Addis Ababa, it has been able to deliver services to its customers in the southeastern region of Adama, Bishoftu, Dukem, Gelan, Mojo and Awash Melkassa.

The next in line are Bahir Dar, Debre Markos, Finote Selam, Bure, Dangla, Injibara and Chagni.

The fourth-generation expansion project has been completed in six towns in the southwestern region of Wolayita Sodo, Arba Minch, Hossaina, Wolkite, Butajira and Jinka.

The company has offered to provide the community with the ‘affordable’ mobile phone to use the 4G internet.

“As indicated in our company’s three-year growth strategy, it is planning to expand its 4G LTE service based on data traffic growth and demand in Addis Ababa and all regions,” he said.

In the coming months, I am planning to launch similar projects in other regional cities, ”he said.

What are these 4G and other mobile internet generations that Ethiotelecom has expanded?

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1 g

1G or first generation mobile data was introduced in 1991.

1G is an analog data exchange method

Only 1G calls can be answered.

2 g

Introduces 2G text messages.

It allows you to send 2G text messages, also known as SMS.

2G also introduced MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service).

It has GMS, GPS, and EDGE services on mobile phones.


Video call was launched in 2001.

3G and 2 megabytes per second (or 0.25 megabytes) per second were introduced when the first smartphones were introduced.

Although not very fast, it was the first to provide wireless internet and enabled video calls.

It takes more than five hours to download 4.26 GB of data.


In 2010, he came up with a 4G gene.

He also changed mobile games for the better.

The fastest 4G mobile network currently in operation provides an average of 45 megabytes per second. The industry dreams of reaching one gigabyte per second.

It is estimated that it took more than five hours to download the same 3G movie, less than 8 minutes on 4G.

What is 5G?

It is the next generation of mobile internet connection and provides the fastest data download and upload service.

Using a radio spectrum allows a large number of devices to access the mobile Internet at the same time.

Now it allows us to do everything we do with our smartphones faster and better.

Drones, cars and mobile games provide better use of this fast internet.

Mobile videos are available instantly and seamlessly. Video calls reach customers more cleanly and seamlessly. With the help of this technology, you can monitor your health in a timely manner by notifying physicians in case of an emergency.

5G can achieve 10 to 20 times faster, says chip maker Qualcom. It allows you to download high quality movies in one minute.

Ethiotelecom did not respond to a request from the elsaytech regarding its plans to deliver 5Gs to its customers.