Vodafone Ukraine – owned by Russia’s Mobile TeleSystems (MTS) – has this week expanded its 4G LTE network coverage in four regions (oblasts) – Odesa, Volyn, Donetsk and Dnipropetrovsk – reports Ukrinform. The expansion means some 14.5 million Ukrainians now have access to the Vodafone LTE mobile broadband signal, or roughly 34% of the national population, up from 31% last month, according to TeleGeography. The operator now has a 4G presence in 18 regions (out of 25), up from 16 a month ago. Vodafone Ukraine launched LTE-1800 services on 1 July 2018, the same date as main rivals Kyivstar and Lifecell.
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