Mobile operator Yota has increased by nearly 60% the number of LTE base stations in nine regions: Moscow and Moscow region, St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region, Irkutsk, Khabarovsk, Vologda, Kostroma and Yaroslavl regions. This is stated in the press release Yota.
“Every day in our network becomes more and more devices that support LTE. We constantly optimize network coverage 4G to current and new customers of the mobile operator, as well as users of modems and routers Yota could enjoy unlimited Internet without any problems,” said technical Director Yota Sergei Volkov.
The greatest growth occurred in the Irkutsk and Khabarovsk, where the number of LTE base stations increased by 110% and 112% respectively. Followed the Kostroma region, which was 93% more 4G base stations, said the company.
In the Leningrad region was 55% more LTE base stations, a further 45% increase in their number in the Vologda region, in the Yaroslavl region by 27%.
In St. Petersburg, the increase amounted to 26%. The majority of the stations were installed in Central Moscow, Petrograd and Frunzensky districts of the city.
In the Moscow region the number of LTE base stations increased by 22%, in Moscow — 19%. Most of all new base stations were connected in Odintsovo, Moscow, Podolsk and Domodedovo districts of the Moscow region.
According to the operator, the expansion of the number of LTE base stations allowed, first, to reduce the load on the current base station, and secondly, to expand the 4G coverage area. The company continues to expand the capacity of its LTE network.