Operator Tele2 has completed a project to improve coverage. Now high-speed 4G Internet is available in settlements where over 90% of the residents of the Kostroma region live. With the help of Tele2 connection, users can remotely study, work and shop online.
This summer, the company’s specialists equipped the last base station on the network with modern 4G equipment. Thus, access to high-speed Internet is provided wherever there is a Tele2 voice connection: in all regional centers, as well as in most settlements and villages.
Alexey Boyko, director of the Kostroma branch of Tele2:
“We are pleased to announce the successful implementation of the project to extend 4G to the entire network. In today’s realities, communication technologies are of particular social importance. The Internet has become not just a medium for communication and entertainment, but also a tool for remote interaction. If earlier the main data traffic of Tele2 on weekdays fell on the city center, this summer it is concentrated in the suburbs. Our new task was to accelerate 4G in the Kostroma region, and last week we started work on the project, increasing the speed of connection to the network in Kostroma. ” For those wishing to connect, the operator launched a free delivery of SIM-cards from an online store to many settlements of the region. Also, residents of small villages can become Tele2 subscribers in local grocery stores and Russian Post offices.