Thailand’s second- largest mobile operator, dtac, asked Ericsson to transform its business and swap out the aging network equipment ,enabling an upgrade from 2G to 3G and LTE. With the goal of building the best network in Thailand, dtac was able to substantially grow its subscriber base, while also increasing customer satisfaction and preparing its operation to better manage rich data.
Vipnet partnered with Ericsson to expand 3G coverage along Croatia’s coastal areas and islands. Looking for a low-power solution, Ericsson’s Psi Coverage solution was deployed for the first time in Europe, bringing energy savings without compromising on the network coverage and performance.
Providing unmatched performance across Australia with LTE 1800 MHz radio network and multi-access Evolved Packet Core.
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Avea has become a firm favorite among the youth segment, carving out a niche for itself in the competitive Turkish market. This customer base is a technology-savvy group that has grown up with mobile telecommunications. They use mobile broadband in all aspects of their daily life and expect the best performance from the network, and for Avea to offer the services that suit their needs.
Ericsson helps MTN Ghana to increase data usage exponentially.
The rollout of a new network upgrade was in danger when Thailand suffered the worst flooding in the country’s history. Against the odds, the upgrade to 3G was completed on time, and vital communication services were maintained throughout the challenging conditions.