Slovak Telekom reaches 62.6% population coverage with LTE

Wednesday 12 August 2015 | 09:07 CET | News
Slovak Telekom has increased the coverage of its LTE network to 62.6 percent of the population as of 01 August. The operator has added eleven cities lately and now covers 119 cities. During July, Slovak Telekom added 81 municipalities to its coverage map, too.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Slovak Telekom
Countries: Slovakia
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