Vodafone to roll out LTE to Duesseldorf, Krefeld in H2

Tuesday 28 June 2011 | 14:56 CET | News
Vodafone Germany will start rolling out LTE services to metropolitan areas in the second of half 2011, starting with Duesseldorf and Krefeld, CEO Friedrich Joussen told the Rheinische Post newspaper. He said that it had selected Duesseldorf as Vodafone has its development centre there and an excellent fibre-optic network thanks to the takeover of city carrier Isis, which will be used to connect LTE base stations. Krefeld was chosen because it is a relatively flat city and could cover its 250,000 residents with just a few base stations. Joussen added that initial speeds would be between 10-30

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Vodafone Germany
Countries: Germany
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