MTS demounts equipment on St Petersline ferries

Wednesday 21 December 2016 | 16:50 CET | News
Russian mobile operator MTS plans to demount its telecom equipment on the Princess Maria and Princess Anastasia ferries belonging to the ST Petersline company, reports Tdaily.ru. Femtocells, controllers and other indoor connection equipment will be demounted. St Petersline plans to sell the ferries which took their routes in the Gulf of Finland in the Baltic Sea.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: MegaFon / MTS
Countries: Russian Federation
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