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MTS Belarus extends LTE coverage

16 Jan 2017

Mobile network operator (MNO) MTS Belarus says it has expanded its LTE footprint to encompass a number of new towns and cities, including Dobrush, Molodechno, Smolevichi, Shklov, and ten villages in the Minsk region. Further, the operator says that customers in more than 20 towns and cities can now ‘test drive’ its pilot LTE-Fi service for free. reports the MNO as saying the ten smaller communities are: Valerian, Zaslavl, Kolodishi, Lies, Ostroshitsky Privolny, Ratomka Samokhvalovichy, Sennitsy and Tarasov. Moreover, mobile internet speeds of up to 112Mbps are already available in two prime locations – the National Airport, Minsk, and the industrial park ‘Great Stone’ near Bykachino. Going forward, MTS Belarus intends to expand coverage to a further 24 areas by the end of this month, including Bobruisk, Borisov, Kobrin, Lida, Mozyr, Soligorsk and other major cities.

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