Mobile operator Tele2 Lithuania has rolled out 13 new 3G base stations in small towns and villages this month as part of its efforts to expand its mobile internet network in the country’s rural areas. The cellco’s 3G services are now available in Kalnujuose, Blinstrubiskiuose, Kaspariskese, Ezerelyje, Zapyskyje, Vilkijoje, Isoruose, Deltuvoje, Trakenuose, Vezaiciuose, Berciunuose, Dauguose and Jiezne. The company, which is owned by Swedish telecoms operator Tele2, has also recently installed and updated 2G base stations in nine municipalities. According to the Communications Regulatory Authority, Tele2’s 2G network covers 98.7% of Lithuania, while its 3G services are available across 69.9% of the country.
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