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Fourth generation technology

Sheenal Sharma
Tuesday, November 13, 2012

UNWIRED is the first to bring the fourth generation technology to Fiji, said Unwired Fiji's corporate sales manager Charlotte Taylor.

Speaking at the information evening of Unwired last Thursday, Ms Taylor said the fourth generation technology provided portable ultra-broadband internet access, from desktops to laptops and from tablets to smartphones and other mobile devices with Wi-Fi connectivity.

"It has the ability to transfer more data over longer distances and with WIMAX we get faster speed with a lot more capacity," she said.

Ms Taylor said Unwired wants to equip people with the latest in technology.

"What was more inspirational is now accessible to all," she said.

She said Hilton Special School was one of the community outreach programs of Unwired.

"We also work with Hilton Special School by providing them with wireless Internet," she said.

Ms Taylor said it was part of the company's social responsibility of giving back to the community.

Hilton Special School headteacher, Nanise Ravisa said the children were able to carry out tasks that have been possible through free internet service.

"It has taken us one step ahead to improve our service delivery," she said.

Unwired is accessible in Suva, Nausori, Lami, Sigatoka, Nadi, Lautoka and Ba.





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