Sonofon launches 3G service

Wednesday 27 September 2006 | 14:48 CET | News
Danish mobile operator Sonofon has launched 3G services. Coverage is initially available in the centre of the four largest Danish cities, and another 10-15 cities will be added by year-end. Download speed goes up to 384 Kbps, and the uplink is at 128 Kbps. The company is also expanding content on its mobile portal e-go and is offering clips and programming from the TV broadcasters Aller and TV2. Pricing starts at DKK 9 per month for 2 MB of data with each additional MB costing DKK 10. Telenor now offers 3G in Sweden, Norway and Denmark and expects to launch packages for business customers

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Sonofon / Telenor
Countries: Denmark
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