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T-Mobile has focused on its commitment to delivering high mobile broadband performance by making updates to its network, says one senior figure.

Emin Gurdenli, the provider's chief technology officer, is keen to highlight the emphasis his organisation has placed on performance as a way to attract customers in mobile broadband's ultra-competitive marketplace.

Among the improvements he listed were the increase of both download and upload speeds on T-Mobile's 3G network, with download capability within the M25 bumped up to 7.2Mb.

"We recognise that performance is a key enabler for our customers to access the internet anywhere and at any time they choose," said T-Mobile's chief technology officer Emin Gurdenli.

He went on: "We have no intention of resting on our laurels - our regime of customer-centric testing is ongoing and this creates the framework for a continuous cycle of analysis and improvements to network performance."

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