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Small cells and satellite - Making rural coverage pay

In the densely populated urban areas of many markets, mature and emerging, cellular telephony has reached or is nearing saturation. Competition in these metropolitan markets is fierce and mobile operators are now intent on expanding their reach into remote and rural areas in a bid to drive further growth in subscriptions and revenues.

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October 29, 2013

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Small cells and satellite - Making rural coverage pay

The explosion of voice and data services is causing mobile operators to quickly grow their networks to try and stay up with subscriber demand. Competition in metropolitan markets is fierce and mobile operators are now intent on expanding their reach into remote and rural areas in a bid to drive further growth in subscriptions and revenues.

Historically many of these territories have been under-served by both fixed and mobile communications networks and reaching these locations have been challenging. This whitepaper from Telecoms.com highlights how a combination of satellite technologies and small cells are creating a cost effective way to bring connectivity to the unconnected.

Download this whitepaper and learn how satellite operators, infrastructure providers and small cell manufacturers are working together to help mobile operators expand their reach.

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