Tele2 prepares for summer with new seaside base stations

17 May 2013

Tele2 Lithuania has said it is rolling out additional base stations across the country’s resorts to help cope with a surge in demand for mobile services during the summer season. The company, which is owned by Swedish telecoms group Tele2, has installed a new 2G/3G cell site in Nida, with others to follow in Palanga and Juodkrante. In the first three months of the year Tele2 installed and modernised 241 base stations across the country, while in March 2013 the cellco announced the commercial launch of 4G LTE technology in the five cities of Alytus, Jonava, Marijampole, Mazeikiai and Utena.

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