TeliaSonera launches LTE services in Sweden, Norway

Monday 14 December 2009 | 08:50 CET | News
TeliaSonera has commercially launched LTE services to customers in Stockholm and Oslo. The two pioneering city networks cover the central city areas of Stockholm and Oslo and will be used for mobile data. The Stockholm city network is supplied by Ericsson, while the Oslo city network is supplied by Huawei. The USB modems at launch come from Samsung, based on its LTE chipnamed Kalmia and supporting the 2.6GHz band. Samsung said it will provide an updated version of the USB dongle, which offers backward compatibility to LTE, HSPA, and EDGE service, in the first half of 2010. A spokesman for

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Ericsson / Huawei China / Samsung / Telia
Countries: Norway / Sweden
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