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3G+ And 3.5 G Network: What's The Difference?

Of late, GSM operators in Nigeria has bombarded subscribers with confusing advert in the media of the launch if their new 3G network that can allow video call, video conferencing, fast data download, etc. Why one operator say it can offer 3 G+, the other is saying it has 3.5 G network. What is the difference?

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. . . . . .too much grammar

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There's no difference. All are simply 3G with the software upgrade to allow HSDPA.

So it's generally 3G plus HSDPA. The addition of HSDPA is what MTN calls '.5G' and what glo calls '+'

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i like ur pun, infobaba

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(3+)-(3.5)=

3-3.5=-0.5

kai the answer negative i pray it won't bring negativity to their subscribers

let me see

(3+)+(3.5)=

3+3.5=6.5

positive answer whao any scientific calc should help for conversion(€6.5)($3.5) or sorry ($3+)

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May God help us.If you're a glo postpaid customer 3+ don start o(confirmed)

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