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Vodafone completes Budapest 5G deployment

5 Mar 2021

Vodafone Hungary has switched on 200 5G mobile base stations in and around Budapest, having now completed the expansion project it announced in October, it confirmed yesterday (4 March 2021). The non-standalone (NSA) 5G network is now available ‘in most of Budapest’ and Vodafone added that by the end of March it will have a total of 300 5G base stations active in big cities and towns around Hungary, having expanded coverage to places including Siofok, Szekesfehervar and Miskolc in 2020. Vodafone’s latest announcement added: ‘The development of our networks is extremely important, as they enable teleworking and distance learning, [supporting] businesses – be it the largest manufacturing companies or small and medium-sized enterprises. Looking to the future, Hungary has the best possible networks needed for economic recovery as soon as possible.’

Hungary, Vodafone Hungary

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