Thursday, 13 December 2018

Russia's Yota seeks partners with spectrum

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom, in Hong Kong
Thursday 18 November 10

WiMAX operator moves to LTE in its home market and is on lookout for LTE spectrum overseas; eyes Asia for expansion.

Russian alternative mobile broadband provider Yota has built up a strong base of customers on its WiMAX network and recently made the move to LTE. Now the company is looking overseas for growth and as such needs partners... preferably that own their own spectrum. “Let's work together,” proclaimed Yota's director of business development Yegor Ivanov at Mobile Asia Congress on Thursday…

Russian alternative mobile broadband provider Yota has built up a strong base of customers on its WiMAX network and recently made the move to LTE. Now the company is looking overseas for growth and as such needs partners... preferably that own their own spectrum. “Let's work together,” proclaimed Yota's director of business development Yegor Ivanov at Mobile Asia Congress on Thursday…

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