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EMT outlines recent LTE network coverage expansion

18 Apr 2012

Eesti Mobiiltelefon (EMT-TeliaSonera), Estonia’s largest mobile network operator by subscribers, has announced that it has enhanced the coverage of its Long Term Evolution (LTE) network, having inaugurated a number of new base stations in the capital Tallinn. New areas where it is now able to offer its services include: Kaberlas, Assakul, Kehras, Kuldalas, Sakus and Todval ja Uksnurmes (Harju County); Annas (Jarva County); Antslas (Voru County); Rapinas (Polva County); and Alatskivis, Ulenurmel and Reolas ja Torvandis (Tartu County). In making the announcement, EMT also noted that its 4G services were now available to around 35% of the country’s population, adding that it expects to achieve nationwide coverage by 2014.

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