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Mobile & Wireless

Orange launches LTE in Liechtenstein

Monday 2 September 2013 | 15:43 CET | News

Orange has launched its LTE network in the Principality of Liechtenstein. Orange’s 4G network currently covers 91 percent of the Liechtenstein population. Orange has announced it will offer its 4G speeds to all customers in the country, both existing and new, with no additional costs and regardless of their subscription.

Orange’s 4G subscribers will be able to access mobile internet speeds of up to 100 Mbps, which will be gradually increased to 150 Mbps. Orange 4G is available with the Orange Me subscription for CHF 15 per month, or with the Orange Me prepay tariff for CHF 1 per day.

Customers will be able to test Orange’s 4G services at the 2013 fair in Vaduz on 4 and 5 October. In addition to the 4G demonstrations at the stand, customers will also be able to win 4G smartphones every day.

MVNO Telecom Liechtenstein uses the Orange network, and starting mid-October, all Telecom Liechtenstein customers will also have access to 4G services.


Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Orange / Telecom Liechtenstein
Countries: Liechtenstein
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