Movistar Uruguay launches LTE services

Wednesday 17 September 2014 | 18:05 CET | News
Uruguayan mobile operator Movistar has launched 4G LTE services in the country, El Pais reports. The service is offered through spectrum in the 1,900 MHz band. Rival operators Antel and Claro are already offering LTE services in the country. State-run telco Antel had launched LTE services in December 2011 while Claro kicked off its LTE service in February this year. Movistar Uruguay is fully owned by Spanish telecoms operator Telefonica.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Movistar Uruguay
Countries: Uruguay
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