Brand new figures from Telenor’s nationwide mobile network show that it is not only the traffic on the roads that is going on on the big travel days but also in the mobile network.
With an increase of 10 per cent. compared to an ordinary day, the data traffic around the Great Belt Bridge reveals that Saturday in week 28 is the high jumper in the data traffic.
There is summer bustle in the mobile network in the area around the Great Belt Bridge, which also applies to Telenor’s network. With an increase of 10 per cent. compared to an ordinary day, the data traffic around the Great Belt Bridge reveals that Saturday was a popular travel day.
In search of a relaxing holiday in new surroundings, many holiday-loving Danes took the trip across the Great Belt. This is shown by new figures from Telenor, which has examined the data traffic around the Great Belt Bridge on Saturday 17 July.
“We generally see an increased data consumption around traffic hubs during the school holidays, and it is clear to see that there is a good flow through from the passenger seats, just as many today both stream music and audio books from the car. The increased use of mobile data on the roads is something we have been prepared for, and therefore we have continuously upgraded the capacity of our mobile masts along motorway sections, ”says Jesper Mølbak, network expert in Telenor.
Source: IT-Kanalen by it-kanalen.dk.
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