Teliasonera buys 4G licenses in Finland
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Nordic telecom operator Teliasonera has bought 4G licenses in Finland for 41.2 million euros ($567 million) to boost coverage in the country, the company said on Wednesday.
"The new frequencies will enable a significant increase in 4G coverage and constitute an important step in creating Finland's most extensive mobile broadband network," Teliasonera said in a statement.
The license auction was held by Finland's Ministry of Transport and Communications. ($1 = 0.7262 euros)
(Reporting by Sven Nordenstam)
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