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MagtiCom to shut down CDMA networks on 15 June

28 May 2019

Tbilisi-based full-service telecoms operator MagtiCom – which offers connectivity across Georgia via a variety of platforms – has announced that it will shut down its CDMA-based ‘Magti Fix’ fixed-wireless broadband/telephony service on 15 June 2019. The telco notes that the service, which operates using the 450MHz band, is being shut down due to the expiry of its CDMA licence. MagtiCom has advised affected users to switch to its fibre-optic broadband and VoIP services; data users can trade their CDMA modem for a 3G alternative. According to TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database, MagtiCom entered the Georgian fixed line sector in April 2008, more than a decade after launching mobile services.

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