Swan raises fixed LTE broadband speeds in new XL tariff

Monday 16 September 2019 | 16:22 CET | News
Slovak operator Swan has started selling a new XL tariff aimed at subscribers using fixed wireless broadband services on the operator's LTE networkr. The deal will provide speeds of up to 150 Mbps down and up to 10 Mbps up. It costs EUR 24.99 per month. 

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Companies: Swan
Countries: Slovakia
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