Kenya: Airtel, Softbank Trial Cost Effective 3G to Rural Areas Using Satellite
September 1, 2013 Editor 0
[CIO]Bharti Airtel Limited (hereafter “Bharti Airtel”) and SoftBank Mobile Corp. (hereafter “SoftBank Mobile”) announced today that the two companies have successfully developed a practical technology to provide cost-efficient 3G mobile phone services using a communications satellite as a transmission line following a field trial conducted in actual environments in the Republic of Kenya.
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