Orange Romania’s 4G network covers 6,723 localities and 81 pct of the country’s population

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Orange Romania’s 4G network covers 6,723 localities and 81 percent of the country’s population. In 2016 the company expanded the 4G the network coverage in 2,200 localities. In the counties and areas with high coverage, such as Bucharest and Ilfov, were made densification works, according to a release of the company.

„Orange currently owns the most extended 4G network from Romania, which covers 97 percent of urban area and 81 percent of the total population of the country,” says the release.

In 2016, Orange expanded the coverage in 2,200 localities, out of which 1,300 in the last quarter of 2016, on the main national roads as well as the highways that link Bucharest to the sea and the Western part of Romania.

Moreover, to offer connection in movement, Orange together with CFR implemented in 2016 a pilot-project through which the travelers to Constanta and to mountains benefited from free Wi-fi and 4G speeds.

Orange Romania is part of the French group Orange and is the biggest local operator of mobile telecommunications taking into account the clients’ number and the turnover.

Georgiana Bendre

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