Spain's COTA launches LTE services in Murcia region

Friday 1 August 2014 | 16:10 CET | News
Spanish operator COTA has launched its LTE network in the Murcia region in south-eastern Spain. Voice and data services are marketed under the Murcia4G brand and use TD-LTE equipment supplied by Nokia. COTA, which acquired 10 MHz in the Spanish 2.6 GHz band auction in the summer of 2011, aims to offer DSL-like services in Murcia over mobile networks, as it is currently not possible to provide fixed-internet connectivity and VoIP. Four different speeds are available, ranging from EUR 17.95 (excluding VAT) for 2Mbps to EUR 47.95 for 16 Mbps. COTA also plans to provide television services

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Nokia
Countries: Spain
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