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Mobile & Wireless

Movistar Venezuela switches off CDMA2000 network

Wednesday 16 April 2014 | 17:34 CET | News
Movistar Venezuela announced that its CDMA 2000 cells are no longer active, since 31 March. The mobile operator has shut down the network in order to free up spectrum for the UMTS and GSM networks to offer mobile internet. Active CDMA customers were contacted ahead of the shutdown with an offer to swap their equipment. Movilnet, the mobile unit of state-owned operator Cantv, will continue to operate its CDMA 2000 network.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Movilnet / Movistar Venezuela
Countries: Venezuela
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