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Lime launches LTE in Antigua & Barbuda

Friday 21 November 2014 | 15:57 CET | News
Lime, the Caribbean subsidiary of Cable & Wireless Communications, has launched 4G LTE services in Antigua & Barbuda, Telesemana reports. The LTE network was deployed by Ericsson and currently provides full coverage across the country. Lime will offer the service through spectrum in the AWS band. According to the report, the deployment required a total investment of USD 13.7 million.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Lime
Countries: Antigua and Barbuda
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