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Vodafone connects 350,000 Germans to rural 4G network

25 Jun 2018

In the last four weeks Vodafone Germany has put 120 new LTE mobile base stations into operation, connecting 350,000 German citizens to its 4G network for the first time. The new coverage areas include the rural communities of Waldenburg (Baden-Wuerttemberg), Nidderau (Hesse), Bonefeld (Rhineland-Palatinate), Ruderatshofen (Bavaria) and Muldenhammer (Saxony). In addition, the new stations have increased the density of the LTE network in several cities, such as Bochum, Cottbus, Hamburg, Mannheim, Nuremberg, Osnabrueck, Solingen and Stuttgart. Vodafone has already rolled out 700 additional base stations so far this business year, and by the end of 2019 its LTE network will cover 98% of the populated area.

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