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Bakcell presents speed up to 225Mbps at Bakutel 2015

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Baku, December 2, AZERTAC

Speed of up to 225Mbps, unseen until now in Azerbaijan, was presented by Bakcell as the operator was demonstrating its 4G+ mobile internet capabilities at Bakutel 2015 exhibition

Bakcell, is demonstrating the capabilities of its fastest in Azerbaijan 4G+ (LTE A) mobile internet network, which allows the operator to offer a variety of exciting new services, as live video steaming on mobile devices. This and many other novelties and achivements can be seen and tested at Bakcell’s stand during “Bakutel 2015” exhibition.

The exhibition visitors have an opportunity to experience the super-high speed 4G internet provided by Bakcell and get acquainted with its capabilities in an entertaining way, using a special bicycle to explore the 4G limit. Guests of Bakcell stand will be the first to get introduced to the latest LTE development – 4G+, or LTE-Advanced. They will be able to get first hand experience automobile internet with a speed of up to 225 Mbps!

“Bakcell has chosen the most advanced IT exhibition in the country, BakuTel, to demonstrate the capabilities of its state-of-art 4G+ (LTE Advanced) network. Following the launch of our LTE service, we are proud to say that we have the largest cellular network in the country and significant internet capacity to meet the growing demands of our customers. We are committed to continuing our investments in the development of our LTE network, which will establish Bakcell as the largest 4G operator in Azerbaijan and will stimulate the growth of the mobile industry here. Our subscribers have increasing demands for mobile internet – they want it faster, better, and available everywhere, and that is why expanding our 4G network and launching 4G+ is our main focus and priority,” said Richard Shearer, Chief Executive Officer of Bakcell.

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