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Cosmote to Launch Greece’s First LTE Network

WASHINGTON August 3, 2010 – Greek mobile provider Cosmote to launch a LTE network based just outside of Athens.

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WASHINGTON August 3, 2010 – Greek mobile provider Cosmote to launch a LTE network based just outside of Athens. The pilot network will span the suburbs of Marousi and Chalandri. It will then spread across Athens. The network will offers users speeds of up to 100Mbps down and 45Mbps up.

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Openreach Partners With STL For Fiber Build

Openreach aims to get 20 million fiber-to-the-premise connections by later this decade.

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WASHINGTON August 3, 2010 – Greek mobile provider Cosmote to launch a LTE network based just outside of Athens. The pilot network will span the suburbs of Marousi and Chalandri. It will then spread across Athens. The network will offers users speeds of up to 100Mbps down and 45Mbps up.

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Privacy and ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Laws Complicate Rules for Global Reporting

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WASHINGTON August 3, 2010 – Greek mobile provider Cosmote to launch a LTE network based just outside of Athens. The pilot network will span the suburbs of Marousi and Chalandri. It will then spread across Athens. The network will offers users speeds of up to 100Mbps down and 45Mbps up.

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Social Media an Extremely Important Outlet for Belarusian Independent Journalists

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WASHINGTON August 3, 2010 – Greek mobile provider Cosmote to launch a LTE network based just outside of Athens. The pilot network will span the suburbs of Marousi and Chalandri. It will then spread across Athens. The network will offers users speeds of up to 100Mbps down and 45Mbps up.

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