Dutch mobile operators add 95 antennas in October

Tuesday 14 November 2017 | 16:55 CET | News

Dutch mobile operators added another 95 antenna sites to their networks in October, for a total 44,487 sites around the country, according to the latest figures from the Antenna Bureau. 

LTE accounted for the most growth, with 59 new sites for a total 16,442, followed by GSM900 with 36 and UMTS with two new antennas. The number of GSM1800 antennas fell by two from the previous month to 4,841. 

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