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May 18, 2021

Orange Romania will invest EUR 100 M in developing its network

Orange Romania will invest this year over EUR 100 M in the development of its telecommunication network, with the money due to be allotted for the 2G, 3G, and 4G infrastructure, the CTO of the company, Madalina Suceveanu announced yesterday, quoted by Mediafax. In 2011, the investments made by the France Telecom – Orange group in its Romanian subsidiary amounted to EUR 110 M. The Orange Romania official informed that the investments made last year allowed the telecom operator to expand at country scale the 3G network that allows data transfers at a maximum speed of 21.6 Mbps, from 14.4 Mbps previously. In the first half of December 2012, Orange Romania launched its own network based on the LTE (4G) technology. During January 10 – February 23, the customers that are in Bucharest, the Prahova Valley mountain resorts and in Poiana Brasov can test the 4G mobile internet in a specially arranged vehicle that will offer visitors a special experience, reads a press release.

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