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Mobile & Wireless

E-Plus rolls out LTE kit in Aschaffenburg, Landau - report

Friday 21 September 2012 | 13:11 CET | News
E-Plus is rolling out its LTE services using the 1800 MHz band, teltarif.de reported, citing a posting by an engineer on an LTE provider forum. Industry sources had revealed a few weeks ago that work was about to begin on an LTE grid in the town of Aschaffenburg. The engineer on the forum said he was about to begin assembly work both there and in Landau. The LTE work is being carried out alongside a switch of some E-Plus UMTS base stations from Nokia Siemens Networks equipment to ZTE kit, he said. Dates for the start of operations and marketing are unknown. Teltarif speculated that the arrival of the Apple iPhone 5 might create enough demand for the service to go onstream.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: E-Plus / Nokia Siemens Networks / ZTE
Countries: Germany
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