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Vodafone and T-Mobile announce the beginning of discussions on network sharing

26. September 2006

T-Mobile Czech Republic and Vodafone Czech Republic announced today that they have entered into discussions on the sharing and development of mobile network infrastructure. If successful, the outcome of these discussions could represent a major milestone for further improvements in quality and availability of services provided to Czech customers. One of the key benefits of this potential agreement between T-Mobile and Vodafone could be better coverage and thus better availability of services for customers with significantly reduced requirements for the number of base stations leading to a decrease in negative environmental impacts. “This cooperation is a great example of the Czech Republic leading the rest of Europe with innovative solutions in mobile communications,” say the representatives of both companies.

T-Mobile Czech Republic and Vodafone Czech Republic announced today that they have entered into discussions on the sharing and development of mobile network infrastructure. If successful, the outcome of these discussions could represent a major milestone for further improvements in quality and availability of services provided to Czech customers.

One of the key benefits of this potential agreement between T-Mobile and Vodafone could be better coverage and thus better availability of services for customers with significantly reduced requirements for the number of base stations leading to a decrease in negative environmental impacts.

“This cooperation is a great example of the Czech Republic leading the rest of Europe with innovative solutions in mobile communications,” say the representatives of both companies