The 4G and 5G Mobile Network her Nova is strengthened and gains increased capacity with the removal of the company’s 3G network nationwide.
The spectrum freed up by the removal of the 3G network will be used for the further development and expansion of the 4G+ and 5G networks with the aim of providing higher speeds, faster response and a better Mobile Internet experience to Nova, FREE2GO & Q prepaid and mobile contract customers.
The removal of the 3G network does not affect voice and messaging services, which continue to be served normally via Nova 2G, 4G/4G+, with 100% coverage across the territory, as well as via 5G, whose coverage by the end of 2023 will reach nationwide 74% and by the end of 2024 98%, while already reaching 99% in large urban centers. Nova subscribers with an old technology card can replace it completely free of charge, as well as benefit from unique discounts for acquiring a new generation device, at Nova stores.
Nova’s Network General Manager, Manolis Grigorakis, says: “An ambitious project of strategic importance for the Nova done. The company’s 3G Network has been deactivated throughout the Greek Territory. At Nova we continue to aggressively invest in next-generation 4G+ and 5G networks to deliver the best experience to our customers.”
Nova 5G reaches speeds that already exceed 1Gbps
Nova is constantly expanding the geographic and population coverage of its 4G+ and 5G networks to meet the real communication needs of its customers. With its continuous expansion to more and more cities, Nova 5G in certain areas offers maximum speeds that already exceed 1Gbps. 1Gbps speeds are already enjoyed by the residents of the large urban centers of mainland Greece as well as island regions of the Aegean such as Crete, Paros, Naxos, Mykonos, Rhodes and Kos, with the network constantly expanding.
H Nova continues the 2 billion euro investment plan without interruption
Moving forward with an investment plan of 2 billion euros by 2027, it continues to invest in 4G+ and 5G networks, it is developing its own modern fiber optic network, in 70% of the territory giving the country the opportunity to bridge the digital infrastructure gap with its European partners.
Source: Digital Life! by www.digitallife.gr.
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