Telia upgrades LTE to 100Mbps

Thursday 11 March 2010 | 14:46 CET | News
Swedish mobile operator Telia is upgrading its mobile broadband base stations in central Stockholm to deliver speeds of 100 Mbps. The rest of its LTE base stations will undergo the upgrade process beginning this spring. After the upgrade, customers will be able to access the web with practical speeds of up to 80 Mbps. At present, Telia's LTE network covers the central parts of Stockholm, as well as Stockholm's districts Alvsjo, Kista and Hammarby Sjostad. Telia plans to launch LTE in 25 locations in Sweden. In Q3, the LTE network will be expanded to Lund, Vasteras, Malma, Gothenburg, Uppsala

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Companies: Nokia Siemens Networks
Countries: Sweden
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