Telstra Is Delayed in The Deployment of Its 4G Network

It continues to be the operator that greater deployment of 4G network He is doing so far due mostly because you don’t have to wait for the frequencies that will be free after the digital dividend and that in theory will accelerate the deployment of its competitors once the 800 MHz are available.

Today in a press release, Telstra has announced its arrival in February to ten new provinces as Granada, Lleida, Huesca, Melilla, Orense, Teruel, Jaen, La Rioja, Cantabria and Valladolid in which will have 4G all those municipalities with more than 70.000 inhabitants and addition to the 27 other provinces which had already deployed the new network.

In fact, this announcement indicates that Telstra has been delayed in the deployment of 4G regarding planned coverage map which had announced in January while maintaining its purpose to all provinces (except Ceuta) in the first quarter of 2014. According to the press release, Huesca, Teruel, and Valladolid seem to keep the initial calendar of its availability in February despite what is reported in its own coverage map that indicates that it is delayed until March.