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Digi to deploy 1,500 additional LTE sites by end-2015

Monday 12 October 2015 | 14:58 CET | News
Malaysian mobile operator Digi Telecommunication plans to double LTE site roll-out with over an additional 1,500 sites by year-end. Digi plans to connect 1 in 2 Malaysians to its LTE internet services and reach a population coverage of 50 percent. The company reports it has already surpassed its year-end network coverage target of 45 percent.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Digi
Countries: Malaysia
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