TeliaSonera awarded a 3G license in Lithuania
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority in Lithuania announced today that TeliaSonera’s subsidiary Omnitel is one of the winners in the tender for the three 3G licenses in Lithuania.
The public tender for 3G licenses in Lithuania was announced on November 17, 2005 and today the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority has informed that Omnitel will be granted one of the three 3G-licenses. Omnitel plans to launch the 3G services and to disclose country-wide roll-out plans on February 23.
“We are proud to say that we now have 3G licenses in all seven countries of our home market. The 3G networks will offer our customers increased possibilities in the usage of mobile internet services.” says Kenneth Karlberg, President of TeliaSonera Norway, Denmark and Baltic countries.
Omnitel will launch 3G mobile Internet services in eight Lithuanian cities.
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