Jumat, 01 Oktober 2010

'Vodafone Czech Republic to use MobilKom's CDMA network'

Vodafone Czech Republic enhances its mobile internet offer through an agreement with MobilKom on using its CDMA network, which covers 75 percent of the population. MobilKom operates in the Czech market since 2007 under the brand Ufon. Vodafone also offers a discounted combo modem for notebook connections, which automatically connects to 3G in the areas with 3G coverage and in the other areas searches for the CDMA network. Vodafone offers the Mobile Connect combo modem supporting EDGE, CDMA and 3G for CZK 77 with a 12-month commitment or for CZK 977 with a six-month commitment. Vodafone will thus offer data at 300 kbps to 2 Mbps to 80 percent of population. Monthly fees for internet access are not higher. Customers can choose from the Permanent Connection for CZK 525 with 3GB FUP or Tailored for CZK 472.50. At the same time Vodafone progresses with its 3G network construction and plans to cover 60 cities by the end of the year. Currently it covers more than 30 percent of the population with 3G and 95 percent of the population with EDGE.

(Distributed for DMeurope.com via M2 Communications (www.m2.com))

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