Optimus launches femtocell service

Wednesday 16 December 2009 | 12:51 CET | News
Portuguese mobile operator Optimus' business unit Optimus Negocios has launched Sinal On, a service based on femtocell technology. The service increases and amplifies the signal in areas with lower network coverage, such as deep indoor special areas where the signal is attenuated by the building's architecture. Optimus provides the Femtocell-based service using its ADSL broadband infrastructure. The femtocell device is available for EUR 99.90. Available for a monthly fee of EUR 7.70, the Sinal On service includes 50 free minutes for fixed-to-mobile calls.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Optimus
Countries: Portugal
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