The Year Of 4G Internet

Fast internet, super fast internet. It eventually arrived in the form of 4G internet technology, launched with fanfare by Orange at the CBD in February. For those with 4G compatible smartphones, Orange offered the opportunity to experience for the first time the fastest mobile internet connectivity.

Following the launch of 4G technology for mobile devices, Orange quickly introduced an affordable 4G enabled smartphone (Orange Roya) to allow different groups of people to access the technology. The Orange Roya currently goes for P1,399.

Reinforcing Orange’s position as the number one network for speed, great value and innovation Orange launched Konnecta, a new fixed internet for home and business. “Konnecta” is a high-speed broadband internet and calling service. It is a plug and play solution that works using a portable modem, which connects to Orange’s 4G network - enabling even more customers to benefit from the 4G revolution. For areas not served by superfast 4G it also connects to Orange 3G and 2G for data.

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