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Cyta replaces burned antenna in Limassol

Thursday 16 April 2020 | 14:27 CET | News
Cyta announced that it has completely replaced the antenna in the area of Agios Antonios in Limassol that was burned down by vandals. After the police investigation, Cyta crews completely replaced the technical equipment that has now been put into normal operation. After the antenna was set on fire by a group of vandals, the technical teams of Cyta worked to ensure the uninterrupted and reliable use of mobile services, the operator said.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Cyta
Countries: Cyprus
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