SWAN’s TD-LTE business service now covers all districts, plans residential expansion

22 Dec 2016

Slovak telco SWAN has announced that it has met its objective of covering all districts of the country with time division duplex LTE (TD-LTE) for businesses. The company also announced that its current 4G residential broadband service is available to over 60 cities in more than 150 communities across Slovakia. SWAN’s TD-LTE network uses the 3.7GHz frequency band to deliver high speed internet. The firm launched its TD-LTE service in April 2016, initially covering 300 base stations nationwide, having migrated from a WiMAX platform.




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