Ericsson CEO: We’ve got 4G networks. Now what do we do with them? — Tech News and Analysis

The first two letters of LTE may stand for “long-term,” but there’s not much long-term about the status of the mobile network technology today. Operators have built more than 60 LTE networks worldwide. The networks are in place, but according to Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg, operators are now wrestling with new questions: how and what do they charge for these fancy new 4G services?

In an interview with GigaOM, Vestberg said that 4G business models, not infrastructure or devices, was the far bigger theme at Mobile World Congress this year – it’s what he’s spending time talking about in Barcelona this week with Ericsson’s hundreds of carrier customers

via Ericsson CEO: We’ve got 4G networks. Now what do we do with them? — Tech News and Analysis.

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