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Azercell expands LTE network to five more regions

19 Jul 2018

Azercell, Azerbaijan’s leading mobile network operator by subscribers, has announced that it has extended its 4G footprint to five further districts, namely Agjabadi, Balakan, Gabala, Guba and Tovuz. The extension of LTE technology to these five regions brings Azercell’s total 4G coverage to twelve districts nationwide, with Ganja, Shirvan, Shamkir, Barda, Lankaran, Masalli and Jalilabad already covered by the 4G network. Azercell also announced that during the first half of 2018 it has doubled the number of LTE base stations in Baku and other regions with the company now operating 663 4G sites, 2,208 3G sites and 2,826 2G sites. The cellco aims to activate a further 300 4G base stations in Baku and Absheron by the end of this year, as well as 182 4G stations in other districts.

Azerbaijan, Azercell

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