Swedish 3G extension from Nokia and 3GIS

25 Apr 2005 | Nokia | 0 comments


Nokia has announced today that it has signed an extension contract with 3G Infrastructure Services AB from Sweden and will offer improved service across the country. This is the world's first shared 3G network, and it is planned to serve around 70% of the Swedish population.

Hi3G Access and Vodafone Sweden have also been granted licenses to provide 3G services to almost all the population of Sweden.

"Nokia's strong commitment to our business and their continued and dedicated effort to provide 3GIS with high quality service were decisive criteria in this selection. We are confident that with Nokia we can continue to build out and operate our network efficiently," says Jan Edhall, CEO at 3G Infrastructure Services AB.