Vodafone Ukraine reports high broadband speeds in the Carpathians

Monday 8 March 2021 | 17:08 CET | News
Operator Vodafone Ukraine said broadband of over 100 Mbps is now available in the mountainous resorts in the Carpathians. Maximum speeds totaling 136.4 Mbps were registered on its LTE network in the resort of Bukovel in 2020-2021. Speeds went to 126.1 Mbps in Tatariv, 110.9 Mbps in Yaremche, and 106.7 Mbps in Yablunitsya. 

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