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Slovakia’s SWAN expands TD-LTE network, improves packages

2 Nov 2018

Slovak telco SWAN has improved speeds for customers of its fixed-wireless TD-LTE-based residential internet service TO.doma. The entry-level package, which costs EUR9.99 (USD11.37) a month, will see peak download speeds increase from 12Mbps to 15Mbps, while peak upload speeds will double to 2Mbps. The mid-tier offering will provide a 30Mbps/5Mbps connection – previously 25Mbps/2Mbps – for EUR14.99 a month. The high-end product is unchanged at 70Mbps/5Mbps for EUR19.99 a month.

Meanwhile, SWAN has also announced expansion to its TO.doma footprint. The firm says it now covers 370 cities and towns with its 3.5GHz TD-LTE network.

Slovakia, SWAN (4ka)

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