Telia and Ericsson continue to transform Nordics and Baltics with exclusive 5G alliance

prnewswire | October 21, 2020

Telia and Ericsson continue to transform Nordics and Baltics with exclusive 5G alliance
Telia and Ericsson today revealed plans that will see next-generation 5G networks deployed across Sweden and Estonia by 2025.Telia and Ericsson have been delivering secure, fast and reliable wireless network coverage to the Nordics - and beyond - since the dawn of the mobile era. The partners are already deploying 5G across Norway, where Ericsson is also Telia's exclusive technology partner. Today's deal will modernize the existing 4G networks across Sweden and Estonia to establish fast, ultra-high capacity 5G across a network of 10,000 cellular sites in an area of more than 500,000sq km.

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