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Release date- 25022014 - O2 and T-Mobile have started negotiations regarding the sharing of their LTE mobile networks.
The goal of the potential cooperation is faster LTE rollout and better coverage, exceeding the regulatory requirements for 4G set forth by the Czech Telecommunications Office (CTO). A shared network would bring better service to more customers and make network maintenance easier. If a deal is reached, the carriers intend to begin sharing their networks by the end of 2014.
The networks would be shared on the whole territory of the
'We will bring LTE coverage to both urban as well as rural areas of the country. LTE sharing is becoming a trend in
'Above all, this project would allow for a faster roll-out of fast mobile broadband in the entire country,' says
Notwithstanding the result of the negotiations, both carriers will meet all the regulatory requirements of the CTO regarding 4G development. Just like in other countries, the carriers will keep their network infrastructure separated and will operate according to their own business strategies.
O2 is the largest integrated telecommunications provider in the Czech market. At present we operate close to eight million mobile and fixed accesses, which ranks us among the market leaders in fully converged services in
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