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When you use the internet on your phone, you’re using data, whether it’s browsing the web, sending an email, or accessing business files. Downloading and using apps will also take a slice out of your data allowance.

Almost all of the functionality on a modern smartphone requires data to work. Data is consumed when browsing the internet, sending instant messages, reading e-mails, downloading documents and calling customers and co-workers via video calling. Every activity consumes data at a different rate.

In the UK, there’s a wide range of tariffs with varying download limits. Most contracts give you around 1GB of data per month but there’s a large variation depending on your specific business requirements.

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That’s the estimated amount of coverage by 5G networks by 2024.

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What is mobile data?

Mobile data is Internet content delivered to mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets over a wireless cellular connection.

Cellular providers have offered mobile data through a number of different technologies including GSM (in 1G, 2G, 3G UMTS and 4G LTE Advanced), CDMA and TDMA.  Mobile data plans offer varying amounts of data transfer per month for a range of rates. The most expensive plans typically offer unlimited data; the low end may provide less than a gigabyte (GB).

5G represents the latest generation of mobile internet connection, with faster download and upload speeds. It takes advantage of greater use of the radio spectrum to allow more devices to access the mobile internet simultaneously.

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What are the benefits?

  • Constant connectivity wherever you go
  • Access files, emails, and internet in or out of office
  • Low latency
  • Higher quality media streaming
  • Dependable connectivity
  • Robust alternative to broadband

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