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Econet Leo starts deploying LTE in Burundi

Tuesday 7 March 2017 | 14:05 CET | News
Econet Wireless' Burundian subsidiary, Econet Leo, announced the launch of LTE in the country's capital Bujumbura. The new service, offered at the same price as the equivalent 2G/3G offers, will be rolled out to other main cities in the future.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Econet Leo / Econet Wireless / Lumitel
Countries: Burundi
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