Sunday, 24 February 2019

Russian LTE plan hits stumbling block

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Tuesday 30 August 11

Operators disagree over Yota's $1 billion valuation; AC&M releases latest market data.

Russia's plan to build out a single LTE infrastructure for use by all service providers has hit an early hurdle stemming from the fact that Yota, the wholesale operator of the proposed LTE network, has valued itself at $1 billion, according to a Russian press report. The valuation could prevent the LTE project from going ahead…

Russia's plan to build out a single LTE infrastructure for use by all service providers has hit an early hurdle stemming from the fact that Yota, the wholesale operator of the proposed LTE network, has valued itself at $1 billion, according to a Russian press report. The valuation could prevent the LTE project from going ahead…

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