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MTS Belarus increases 4G coverage in the regions

9 Jul 2018

As part of its aggressive 4G deployment programme, Belarusian mobile operator MTS Belarus has switched on LTE services in six more locations in the Minsk and Mogilev regions, the company said in a press release. The new areas covered are the settlements of Bolshevik, Papernya, Konyutichi, Komsomolets, Semkovo and the city of Osipovichi, it confirmed, adding that the latest expansion boosts the total number of towns/cities covered across the Republic to about 160. In addition, MTS Belarus – which is working with the country’s sole 4G infrastructure provider Belarusian Cloud Technologies (beCloud) – says it has also expanded network capacity in Brest, Vitebsk, Gomel, Mogilev and Minsk regions through the rollout of an additional 85 base stations there. beCloud is confident it can cover practically all regional centres in Belarus by the end of this year.

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