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Tutela says 30% of Swedish mobile networks suffer congestion, 10% in Denmark, 5% in Norway

Wednesday 15 July 2020 | 13:10 CET | News
Crowdsourced mobile data company Tutela said it has examined which locations in the Nordic region would benefit most from the capacity improvement offered by 5G, by assessing congestion in hundreds of boroughs and dozens of operators. It found that 30 percent of city networks in Sweden are congested, compared with below 5 percent in Norway. The rate for Denmark was 10 percent.

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