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I am bored

I am bored right now..! have decided to go to swimming pool today but its damn cold here..!! so the plans dropped.. Sad waiting for my brother to arrive so we go out for a movie tonight..!! Smile

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I am about to cross 200 posts.. Cool on the mission to cross 1000 post in next 10days.. Laughing Laughing
andro_king on Sat Jun 16, 2012 12:16 pm
Best of luck to your Mission Smile
Now your post count is 204.
You need to post 79.6 post per day.
cybersa on Sat Jun 16, 2012 3:52 pm
andro_king wrote:
I am about to cross 200 posts.. Cool on the mission to cross 1000 post in next 10days.. Laughing Laughing

Good luck, sir!!
I just ask that you endeavour to make those 800 posts really good and engaging posts, so that we have something to respond to and start a dialogue! That's what makes posts more than just filler Smile
Ankhanu on Sat Jun 16, 2012 4:23 pm
@cybsa- haha.. ya i'll try to post more than that if time permits..!

@Ankhanu- sure man..!! always check my blog for few useful stuff's..!! Smile thanks for the comment..!! Smile Smile
andro_king on Sat Jun 16, 2012 5:36 pm
This does not look like you have crossed the 1000 post mark still now ?,
cheater01 on Mon Nov 26, 2012 3:40 am
Communications group Ericsson’s latest ‘Mobility Report’ is forecasting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of about 75% over the next five years, with LTE networks forecast to boast 1.6-billion mobile LTE subscriptions.

The total number of LTE mobile subscriptions rose from 9-million a year ago, to 55-million by the third quarter, with 13-million new subscribers alone during the last quarter, said Ericsson head of strategic marketing, intelligence and networks Patrik Cerwall.

The report, which was formerly known as the 'Traffic and Market' report, stated that, currently, it was estimated that LTE coverage reached about 455-million of the population during the third quarter of this year, up from the 315-million in the first quarter.

In South Africa, Vodacom launched the country’s first commercial LTE network last month, while MTN said it would follow suit by year-end. Smaller operators, such as Cell C and 8ta, have also indicated that they planned to roll out LTE services in the near future.

The Ericsson report stated that, globally, third-generation (3G) technologies such as WCDMA/HSPA remained ahead of LTE in absolute terms with the addition of 65-million new subscribers during the third quarter. 3G was expected to increase its coverage to 85% of the population, from the current 50%, and record a 25% CAGR from 1.2-billion mobile 3G subscriptions in 2012, to 4.4-billion in 2018.
cheater01 on Mon Nov 26, 2012 3:46 am

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