Magyar Telekom’s outdoor 4G coverage exceeds 98%
Magyar Telekom has already spent billions of forints on developing its mobile network this year, raising the outdoor coverage of its 4G network to more than 98% for retail mobile phone users, the company told Hungarian news agency MTI yesterday.
Magyar Telekom launched its 4G+ mobile internet service in 14 cities in Hungary starting in December. The number of 4G+ base stations has reached 100 and is set to continue growing by hundreds by the end of this year, the company added.
Magyar Telekom is also working on increasing its indoor network coverage, which has now exceeded 84% across the country.
The company has more than 1.1 million subscribers to its 4G service.
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