“Today, more than half of the world’s population uses GSM networks to communicate with each other.”
New countries are adopting GSM network technology all the time. Now in use in more than 22 nations, GSM networks are quickly becoming a global necessity. Countries that don’t already have these networks in place will be adopting them soon as the increasing demands of an inter-connected society push them into the future. Today, more than half of the world’s population uses GSM networks to communicate with each other.
Among cellular technologies, GSM is king. This broad-based system gives users greater flexibility in when and where they communicate. Networks allow users to speak to anyone in any nation, no matter what service the other person uses. It’s essentially a global roaming system that also gives consumers the capability to change carriers without changing to a new phone. Further, it allows text messaging, which is quickly becoming one of the most popular means of communication in the world, especially among young people. Plus, connections are typically clearer and dropped less often when GSM networks are used to communicate. New-generation versions such as GPRS, EDGE, UMTS and HSDPA have propelled GSM still further, allowing for faster speeds and advanced multimedia capabilities.
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