The term ‘3G internet’ refers to the third generation of mobile phone standards, as set by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU). 3G technologies allow mobile operators to offer more service options to their users, including mobile broadband.
3G broadband offers greater flexibility and services by making more efficient use of mobile bandwidth than its predecessor 2G. And although faster, newer 4G technology is now available in the Pakistan.
Relationship between 2G and 3G:
The relationship between 2G and 3G is similar to that of dial-up and broadband, or terrestrial TV and digital TV. In all of the latter examples, greater spectral efficiency has enabled more consumer choice and a more effective service. Simply put, more data can be transmitted faster.
What does 3G service offer you?
3G enables devices such as mobile phones and mobile dongles to deliver broadband-speed internet. Even the lowest-end, cheapest mobile phones are 3G enabled, making it easy to check emails and browse the web on the go.
3G is made possible by two complementary technologies – HSDPA and HSUPA (high speed downloads and uploads packet access, respectively).
These technologies enable mobile broadband users to access download speeds of up to 21Mb and upload speeds of up to 1.76Mb via a mobile dongle, USB modem or WiFi.
Zong 4G technology:
In Pakistan, Zong will launch the 4G Technology soon (date/month) not Confirmed. Zong 4G LTE will aim to offer users faster, more reliable mobile broadband internet for devices like smart phones, tablets and laptops.
Zong4G provides you:
* High Speed Data
* IP based voice
* 155mbps Multimedia streaming.
And much more….