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Telefonica Germany launches campaign for national roaming

Tuesday 14 April 2015 | 13:48 CET | News
Telefonica Germany has launched its campaign for national roaming with a focus on the enhanced network quality prior to the consolidation of the O2 and E-Plus networks. Existing customers will be informed about national roaming via intensive, direct communication. With the consolidation of the UMTS networks, the company is expanding network coverage in rural areas and encompassing the densest UMTS network infrastructure in urban areas. Customers benefit from an improved service, in particular for mobile data usage. They automatically switch to the other UMTS network when they can use only 2G

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: E-Plus / O2 / Telefonica Deutschland
Countries: Germany
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