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 Friday, July 24, 2009

­Romanian mobile network operator, Zapp has announced the imminent launch of the first 3G+ network in Romania. This will be achieved in collaboration with ZTE and by upgrading its WCDMA based network to HSPA+ technology during the month of August.

The first phase of HSPA+ upgrade will cover Bucharest and will allow customers to access the internet with up to 21.6 Mbps download and 5.8 Mbps upload speeds.

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The Mobile World database estimates that Zapp ended last year with an estimated 516,000 subscribers - which represents a market share of under two percent. The company has recently been acquired by rival operator, Cosmote.

Source: Cellular News

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