Telecommunications industry association telecommunication company TeleCom says it’s working on an answer for the vast majority of its clients who want to use its services.
The telecommunications industry association said it’s in a position to offer a solution to those who have yet to embrace the mobile revolution.
But that solution won’t be available to all, it said in a statement to Polygon.
It said it would offer a service that offers customers the ability to use the internet as a primary way of communication, with speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second.
Telecom says its plans are in line with its goals of providing customers with a broadband-capable Internet experience.
“The majority of customers are looking for an Internet experience that is reliable and fast,” said Jason Meeks, president of the association.
“Our goal is to make the Internet experience as convenient as possible for customers.”
Telecom said it will not be selling unlimited data plans.