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Ukrainian mobile networks reconnecting in city of Kherson

14 Nov 2022

Ukrainian mobile network services have begun operating in the newly liberated city of Kherson, Deputy Chairman of the Presidential Office Kyrylo Tymoshenko confirmed in a Telegram post reported by on 13 November, two days after Russian troops withdrew from the city following an occupation lasting since the first week of March. Tymoshenko stated that the Kyivstar 4G LTE network was already operating in the city centre, and Yaroslav Yanushevych, head of the regional military administration, posted an online video from a central square in Kherson via LTE.

(Update: on Sunday evening Vodafone Ukraine posted on its company Facebook page that its network was also switched on in Kherson, saying that its technical team took less than 18 hours to build an ‘almost new’ network for the city, adding: ‘Base stations on the air are operating at full capacity.’)

Ukraine, Kyivstar, Vodafone Ukraine

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