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Orange and O2 to share networks in Slovakia

24 May 2016

A report from Slovakia suggests that local mobile operators Orange and O2 have agreed a deal which will see them sharing infrastructure to save on network costs. A report from MobilMania says that the two firms originally intended a full network sharing agreement last year, but a deal could not be reached due to technical considerations. The latest agreement is reportedly less comprehensive than the one mooted in 2015, though the exact details have still to be announced. There has been speculation that the two firms could be looking to share the costs of rolling out 4G LTE networks outside of the country’s main urban areas.

Slovakia, O2 Slovakia, Orange Slovakia

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