Countries - Telekom Europe
Countries - Telekom Europe
Countries - Telekom Europe
Countries - Telekom Europe

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In many countries in central and southeastern Europe Telekom is investing in modern network technology. Our aim is to provide universal coverage with LTE and high-speed landlines. So that Europe will benefit from this digital transformation – and users can get high-speed Internet anytime, anywhere.

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Czech Republic

Around 88% of the country already has LTE and 3G coverage. Almost everywhere in the capital city of Prague is within the LTE network. But more and more regions far from the capital are also being connected. The coverage is so good that thousands of Czechs already use innovations such as digital mobile TV.

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Germany

In Germany Telekom is currently engaged in a network expansion offensive. Telekom’s aim is to provide ultrafast Internet access to up to 24 million homes by the end of 2016. Via LTE, fiber optic cable or vectoring.

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Greece

As a partner of the telecommunications company OTE, Telekom is supporting network expansion in Greece. With great success, as the first 3G+ networks are currently being tested. Plus, with OTE’s satellite Internet service, fast Internet is being provided to remote areas.

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Mace­donia

Makedonski Telekom fully transformed its fixed network with the latest technology back in 2014 which enabled it to introduce new and innovative IP services and products and made Macedonia the first ALL-IP country in Europe. Currently, Makedonski Telekom offers FTTH to 108.000 homes in Macedonia, and this number continues to grow. Since December 2013, T-Mobile has been the first operator to commercially offer 4G on the Macedonian market, continuously extending it in urban and rural areas, with current coverage of 50% of population and 20% of territory.

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Monte­negro

LTE is available in Montenegro too. All Montenegrin municipalities are covered with LTE and we are constantly working on improving coverage and quality. We are investing in fixed access network by expanding our fiber optic coverage. At the same time we are getting ready to commercially launch Hybrid Access.

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Rom­ania

In its landline network Romania has a modern setup. Users can access extensive TV and Internet services with up to 127 channels. There is also an option for broadband Internet with up to 1GB per second download speed. For mobile users, 3G is widespread - and LTE expansion is pressing ahead.

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Slova­kia

As the world's first provider Slovak Telekom has set up a 4G network at up to 300 Mbit per second. In addition, the fiber network has been also expanded. VDSL is widely available - for TV with up to 109 channels and fast Internet (300 MB bandwidth). Even with IP migration Telekom is taking the lead in Slovakia: the switch to a IP network has already been completed here.