O2 Czech Republic says its 4G LTE network has been expanded to provide coverage of 80% in 32 districts, while in a further 25 areas the signal is available to more than 50% of inhabitants. The list of the 32 districts with the higher coverage is as follows: Prague, Prague-West, Brno-city, Ostrava-city, Pilsen-city, Pilsen-South, Pardubice, Brod, Jihlava, Pelhrimov, Strakonice, Tabor, Klatovy, Zdar nad Sazavou Benesov, Trebic, Kutna Hora, Sumperk, Karlovy Vary, Rychnov nad Kneznou, Pisek, Vyskov, Rokycany, Svitavy, Prostejov, Znojmo, Blansko, Chrudim, Jesenik, Domazlice, Uherske Hradiste and Bruntal.
Additionally, the cellco says it is working to boost coverage of its most advanced mobile service along the country’s major highways. As a result of its latest upgrade works it has concentrated on six primary road links and reports coverage as follows: D1 highway, Prague to Ostrava (92.2%); D2 highway Brno to Breclav (95.8%); D3 highway, Prague to Czech Budejovice (99.6%); D5 highway, Prague to Pilsen (87.9%); D8 highway, Prague to Usti nad Labem (23.7%); and D11 highway, Prague to Hradec Kralove (70.5%).
The cellco’s full 4G coverage map is available at www.o2.cz/lte