BOCRA says 4G network covers 45% of population

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The Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority (BOCRA) says 4G broadband penetration is now about 45 percent of the population, through more than 250 radio base stations, reports Mmegi. BOCRA's acting CEO Tshoganetso Kepaletswe said the 3G systems cover 57 percent of the population with more than 640 radio base stations. He said mobile broadband is mainly accessed through portable units such as dongles, smartphones, USB wireless modems and tablets.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: BTCL / Mascom / Orange Botswana
Countries: Botswana
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