BY GIFF JOHNSON
Marshall Islands Correspondent
MAJURO — The launch of fourth generation, or 4G, service for cell phones in the Marshall Islands is scheduled for July 16, representing a quantum leap in mobile service from the current mid-2G service currently available.
The National Telecommunications Authority announced the mid-July target date for the “soft launch” of 4G at the Marshall Islands Chamber of Commerce meeting in mid-December.
The 4G service promises faster speeds and more stability for users, said Zoe Biang, marketing head for Blue Arcus, which is handling the rollout for NTA, in a . . .
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