M:Tel selects NSN for EUR30 million GSM/EDGE network expansion

14 Sep 2007

M:Tel, the largest wireless network operator by subscribers in Bosnia and Herzegovina, has chosen Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) for the implementation and optimisation of a mobile network extension and associated services that will lay the grounds for an evolution to a unified IP network. The deal, comprising several contracts with a total value of EUR30 million (USD41 million), covers a whole range of state-of-the-art mobile network solutions, products as well as services. It will result in a physical extension of the GSM network, an increase of its coverage and improvement of quality of the service for end users.

The implementation of the whole package will allow Telekom Srpske to offer new, advanced GSM services to M:TEL’s almost 700,000 mobile subscribers and to further increase its network capacity, thus strengthening the operator’s leading position on the market of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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