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Elisa upgrades network in Harjumaa county

Monday 10 August 2015 | 15:16 CET | News
Estonian mobile operator Elisa announced the continued upgrade of its LTE network in Harjumaa county. Work will be carried out in the towns of Maardu and Saku, as well as the municipalities of Rae, Kiili, Harku, Keila and Saue until 21 August. A total 107 base stations will be upgraded under the project, expanding the coverage of the LTE network, including indoors. The operator is upgrading the LTE network across the country in order to cover 99 percent of the territory.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Elisa
Countries: Estonia
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