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Tele2 Latvia expands LTE, LTE+ network in Riga

Friday 8 January 2016 | 12:13 CET | News
Mobile operator Tele2 Latvia has expanded the coverage of its LTE and LTE+ network in the city of Riga and the surrounding areas Babite, Carnikava, Garkalne, Marupe and Stopini, reports Db.lv. A toal 107 new LTE and LTE+ base stations were built there, at an investment of EUR 840,000. The LTE+ network of the operator already covered the capital city and 14 cities and towns across the country in 2015.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Tele2 Latvia
Countries: Latvia
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