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TeliaSonera Sweden opens 3G network

Wednesday 10 March 2004 | 10:52 CET | News
TeliaSonera Sweden opens its 3G network today, March 10. The 3G network, which covers 75 percent of the Swedish population, operates from the start with TeliaSonera Sweden's GSM network. All TeliaSonera Sweden's mobile customers will be able to use both networks and the subscriptions and prices are the same regardless of which network users connect to. Internet by mobile phone is now available using mobile broadband, not only in metropolitan areas but also in one or more densely populated areas in 280 of Sweden's 290 municipalities.

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Countries: Sweden
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