Czech operators plan for phasing out 3G networks

Tuesday 9 February 2021 | 16:48 CET | News
The 3G technology will begin to disappear from mobile networks in Czechia this year, driven by the need for higher bandwidth, according to a study by the industry group of mobile operators APMS. Transmitters supporting the 3G (UMTS) technology will start to be replaced by 5G networks this year, resulting in much higher mobile internet speeds.

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