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A1 Belarus extends 4G coverage to almost 200 towns/cities

7 Jan 2020

A1 Belarus, working in partnership with Belarus’ common infrastructure provider Belarusian Cloud Technologies (beCloud), has announced the completion of stage one of their joint project to develop 4G LTE services across Belarus – delivering advanced connectivity to all major cities countrywide. The latest action comprised the activation of more than 2,000 1800MHz band base transceiver stations (BTS) in all six regional centres – Minsk, Grodno, Brest, Gomel, Vitebsk and Mogilev – and including many major cities, such as Bobruisk, Zhlobin, Baranovichi, Vileyka, Dzerzhinsk, Kalinkovichi, Lida, Molodechno, Mozyr, Nesvizh, Novogrudok, Orsha, Ostrovets, Pinsk, Polotsk, Rechitsa, Soligorsk, Slonim and others. As a result of the latest initiative the cellco says that 4G coverage now extends to close to 200 towns/cities, covering 76% of the Belarusian population.

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