Yesterday we knew some more data on the evolution of the deployment of 4 G in Spain among other objectives of the operators but the deployment of the new LTE networks has several foci opened as the future availability of the 800 MHz band or the HD voice and the 4 g + with speeds of up to 300 Mbps (50 Mbps in upload) that today presents Vodafone and coming to reinforce the 767 municipalities where it already has 4 G.
So after Movistar, Vodafone becomes the second operator in Spain that announces the arrival of the true fourth generation which will be available in 8 cities before the end of the year with any of the rates Base S, Smart, network and the mobile Internet free of charge.
Smartphones that can take advantage of the 4 G +
In contrast to the announcement of Movistar, which gave the impression that above all interested in being the first to announce the availability of the evolution of the 4G but without giving too many details, Vodafone has detailed for the first interested you will have available three terminals compatible with the new 4 G +.
The first to be available is the Samsung Galaxy Alpha whose prices you already detail although it will also be available in the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 that will come soon and the Samsung Galaxy S5 4 G + which will be exclusive to Vodafone customers 805 Snapdragon processor that will arrive next week by 569 free euros No permanence or greater discount to go linked to rates of Vodafone with permanence as follows:
For mobile Internet rates designed to navigate through computer or tablet also will be on sale the new Huawei R226 WiFi modem that is compatible with the new 4 G +.
Where will we find 4 G +?
Initially Vodafone has already begun to upgrade its mobile network with 4 G + in Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia but before the end of the year also will be extended to cities as La Coruña, Bilbao, Zaragoza, Malaga and Seville to continue in 2015 for the rest of Spanish cities with greater demand.
Specifically, some of the areas in which you can access speeds of up to 300 Mbps are the Barrio de Salamanca, Gran Via, AZCA, Chamberí and Sun in Madrid, Eixample Esquerra and Dreta, Les Corts, Sants and Ciutat Vella in Barcelona and shopping district of Ciutat Vella, great roads, universities and Jesus-Patraix in Valencia,