Telecom Italia starts public LTE trial in Turin

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Telecom Italia is launching public LTE trial starting tomorrow in Turin, Italy. Turin people will be able to try out Telecom Italia’s LTE enabled ultra-broadband services at connection speeds of up to 100 Megabits per second.

Between tomorrow and 22 February people in Turin will be able to experience the potential of 4G LTE network at TIM’s point of sale on Via Lagrange 20, where special demo stations will be open to the public.

This venture is part of the next-generation mobile network national development plan in which Telecom Italia has invested €1.26 billion to acquire 800, 1800 and 2600 MHz frequencies, confirming the company’s desire to build increasingly modern networks capable of offering new, technologically-advanced services.

The launch of this trial phase prior to the commercial rollout of LTE technology-based services is the culmination of a path Telecom Italia has been following since late 2009 as it develops its new LTE network.

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