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Telenor introduces 3G in five towns

17 Oct 2013

Telenor Denmark, the local unit of Norwegian telecoms group Telenor, has improved the 3G coverage in the areas around the cities of Slagelse, Ringsted and Skaelskoer, by increasing the base transceiver stations (BTS) in the areas by around 30%, to 99. Further, the company has introduced its 3G network in the towns of Fjellebro, Slimminge, Arslev, Sorbymagle and Boeslunde.

As previously reported by TeleGeography’s CommsUpdate, the improvement is due to the merger of Telenor and Telia 3G networks in the area. The two companies began work in May 2013 to combine their 2G/3G mobile networks and share infrastructure in order to improve mobile coverage throughout the country; the merger will take place in stages, and so far has reached large parts of central and western Jutland, the islands of Lolland-Falster and Bornholm. When the 3G merger is complete (April 2014), Telenor will have 3,900 3G BTS covering 99% of the Danish population, compared to 2,400 before the infrastructure sharing agreement began.

Denmark, Telenor Denmark, Telenor Group

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