Orange Moldova launches 21 Mbps mobile broadband

Tuesday 22 December 2009 | 11:04 CET | News
Orange Moldova has upgraded its 3G network to speeds of 21 Mbps. On this occasion, Orange global mobile president Olaf Swantee said the company aims to implement new services on dynamic markets such as Moldova's prior to launching them in countries such as Spain, Poland, France and UK. Since launching its 3G network at the beginning of 2008, the operator invested over MDL 1.2 billion in the service. One year after launching its 3G service 'Internet Acum,',Orange Moldova has reached 50,000 Internet Acum clients. At present, Internet Acum users with Huawei 1820 modems can reach download and

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Orange Moldova
Countries: Moldova, Republic of
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