List of LTE networks in Europe

This is a list of commercial Long-Term Evolution (LTE) networks in Europe, grouped by their frequency bands.

Some operators utilize multiple bands and are therefore listed multiple times in respective sections.

Contents

General informationEdit

  • For technical details on LTE and a list of its designated operating frequencies, bands, and roaming possibilities, see LTE frequency bands.
  • Bands 33 to 44 are assigned to TDD-LTE.

Commercial deploymentsEdit

Country or
Territory
Operator ƒ
(MHz)
B VoLTE Launch
date
Cat.3
≤ 100 Mbit/s
Launch
date
Cat.4
≤ 150 Mbit/s
Launch
date
Cat.6
≤ 300 Mbit/s
Launch
date
Cat.9
≤ 450 Mbit/s
Launch
date
Cat.11
≤ 600 Mbit/s
Notes
  Abkhazia A-Mobile 800 20 Jun 2014 [1]
Aquafon 800 20 Aug 2014 [1][2]
  Åland Islands Ålcom 800 20 Apr 2015 15 MHz [1][3]
Ålcom 1800 3 Mar 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3]
17.5 MHz remain for GSM services.
  Albania Albtelecom
(Eagle Mobile)
1800 3 Sep 2015 Sep 2015 20 MHz [1][4][5]
Telekom 1800 3 Sep 2015 Sep 2015 10 MHz [6]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Telekom 2600 7 Jul 2015 Jul 2015 Sep 2015 20 MHz [1][6][7]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Vodafone 1800 3 Sep 2015 Sep 2015 10 MHz [1][8]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Vodafone 2600 7 Sep 2015 Sep 2015 Sep 2015 20 MHz [1][8]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
  Andorra Andorra Telecom 800 20 Oct 2014 [1]
  Austria 3 1800 3 Sep 2014 Sep 2014 Aug 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][9][10][11][12]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
3 2600 7 Nov 2011 Sep 2014 Aug 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][9][10][13]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
A1 800 20 Nov 2015 Jan 2014 Jan 2014 Nov 2014 20 MHz [1][3][14][15][16][17][18]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A)
(256QAM) (Demo).
A1 2600 7 Nov 2015 Oct 2010 Sep 2012 Nov 2014 20 MHz [1][3][14][15][16][17][19][20][21]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A)
(256QAM) (Demo).
T-Mobile 1800 3 Aug 2014 (?) 10 MHz in use [1][3][12][22][23]
T-Mobile 2600 7 Oct 2010 Mar 2014 20 MHz [1][3][24][25][26]
  Belarus ANLIM.BR
(via beCloud)
1800 3 Jul 2016 20 MHz [27]
Service via wholesale network
life:)
(via beCloud)
1800 3 Aug 2016 20 MHz [28][29]
Service via wholesale network.
MTS
(via beCloud)
1800 3 Dec 2015 20 MHz [30]
Service via wholesale network.
  Belgium BASE 800 20 May 2014 (?) 10 MHz [3][31][32]
BASE 1800 3 Oct 2013 20 MHz in use [1][3][31][33][34][35]
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Orange 800 20 Mar 2014 N/A 10 MHz [1][3][31][36][37][38]
Provider formerly branded as Mobistar.
Orange 1800 3 Mar 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][31][36][37][38]
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Provider formerly branded as Mobistar.
Orange 2600 7 Mar 2014 (?) 20 MHz [3][31]
Provider formerly branded as Mobistar.
Proximus 800 20 Nov 2014 (?) N/A Oct 2015 10 MHz [1][3][31][39][40]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_1A_3A_7A_20A)
(4x4 MIMO + 256QAM) (Demo).
Proximus 1800 3 Nov 2012 Oct 2015 Oct 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][31][39][40][41]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_1A_3A_7A_20A)
(4x4 MIMO + 256QAM) (Demo).

5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Proximus 2600 7 Nov 2014 20 MHz [3][31]
Pre-commercial as of Nov 2014.
  Bulgaria Bulsatcom 1800 3 Feb 2015 5 MHz [1][3][42][43]
Pre-commercial as of Feb 2015.
Max 1800 3 May 2014 10 MHz [1][3][44]
mtel 1800 3 Apr 2016 15 MHz [3][45][46][47]
4x4 MIMO (in deployment).
Telenor 1800 3 Dec 2015 15 MHz [3][48][49]
Vivacom 1800 3 May 2016 15 MHz [3][50][51]
  Croatia T-Hrvatski Telekom 800 20 Dec 2012 N/A Nov 2015 10 MHz in use [1][3][52][53]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Pre-commercial Cat.6 as of Nov 2015.
T-Hrvatski Telekom 1800 3 Mar 2012 Feb 2015 Nov 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][52][54][55]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Pre-commercial Cat.6 as of Nov 2015.
10 MHz remain for GSM services.
Tele2 1800 3 Feb 2016 Feb 2016 20 MHz in use [3][56][57]
7 MHz remain for GSM services.
Vipnet 800 20 (?) N/A Nov 2015 15 MHz [1][3][58]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Pre-commercial Cat.6 as of Nov 2015.
Vipnet 1800 3 Mar 2012 N/A Nov 2015 15 MHz in use [1][3][58][59][60]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Pre-commercial Cat.6 as of Nov 2015.
2.8 MHz remain for GSM services.
  Cyprus CYTA 1800 3 Nov 2015 [61][62]
MTN 1800 3 Mar 2015 [1][3][63]
PrimeTel 1800 3 Mar 2015 [1][3][63]
  Czech Republic O2 800 20 Jul 2014 Jul 2014
(via CA)
10 MHz [1][3][64][65][66]
Joint infrastructure operation with T-Mobile.
CA[G 1] of 15 MHz (CA_3A_20A). (Cat.4)
CA[G 1] of 65 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A_38A)
(4x4 MIMO + 256QAM) (Demo).
O2 1800 3 Jun 2012 Jul 2014
(via CA)
10 MHz in use [1][3][64][65][67]
CA[G 1] of 15 MHz (CA_3A_20A). (Cat.4)
17,6 MHz remain for GSM services.
CA[G 1] of 65 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A_38A)
(4x4 MIMO + 256QAM) (Demo).
T-Mobile 800 20 May 2015 May 2014 N/A Jun 2014 Dec 2015 10 MHz [1][3][14][68][69][70][71][66]
Joint infrastructure operation with O2.
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_1A_20A). (Apr 2015)
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_1A_3A_20A).
T-Mobile 1800 3 May 2015 Oct 2013 Jun 2014 Jun 2014 Dec 2015 20 MHz [1][3][14][68][70][71][72]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_1A_3A_20A).
T-Mobile 2100 1 May 2015 Dec 2015 Dec 2015 Dec 2015 10 MHz in use [3][14][68][69][70]
20 MHz available in some areas.
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_1A_20A). (Apr 2015)
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_1A_3A_20A).
10 MHz remain for UMTS services.
T-Mobile 2600 7 Feb 2016 Feb 2016 Feb 2016 20 MHz in use [3][14][73][74]
Vodafone 800 20 Jul 2016 Sep 2014 N/A Sep 2015 10 MHz [1][3][75][76][77][78][79]
CA[G 1] of 25 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A). (Oct 2015)
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_1A_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 70 MHz (CA_1A_3A_7A_20A)
(4x4 MIMO + 256QAM) (Demo).
Vodafone 900 8 Jul 2016 Dec 2013 3 MHz in use [1][3][75][76][80]
Temporary network for national coverage.
Network is being phased out.
Vodafone 1800 3 Jul 2016 Jul 2013 Mar 2014 Sep 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][75][76][77][78][79][81][82][83]
CA[G 1] of 25 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A). (Oct 2015)
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_1A_3A_20A).
4x4 MIMO (Apr 2016).
CA[G 1] of 70 MHz (CA_1A_3A_7A_20A)
(4x4 MIMO + 256QAM) (Demo).

2 MHz remain for GSM services.
Vodafone 2100 1 Jul 2016 Dec 2014 Oct 2015 10 MHz in use [1][3][75][76][77][78][84]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_1A_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 70 MHz (CA_1A_3A_7A_20A)
(4x4 MIMO + 256QAM) (Demo).

10 MHz remain for UMTS services.
  Denmark 3 1800 3 Sep 2012 Nov 2014
(via CA)
10 MHz in use [1][3][85][86][87]
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_3A_7A). (Cat.4)
3 2600 7 Sep 2012 Nov 2014
(via CA)
10 MHz [1][3][86][87]
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_3A_7A). (Cat.4)
Net1 450 31 Jun 2015 (?) N/A 5 MHz [3][88][89]
TDC 800 20 Feb 2013 (?) Jul 2015 20 MHz [1][3][90][91]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A)
(4x4 MIMO + 256QAM) (Demo).
TDC 1800 3 (?) (?) (?) 20 MHz [61][85]
TDC 2600 7 Oct 2011 (?) Jul 2015 20 MHz [1][3][90][91][92]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A)
(4x4 MIMO + 256QAM) (Demo).
Telenor
(TT-Netværket)
1800 3 Dec 2016 Mar 2013 (?) Dec 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][85][14][93][94][95][96]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Wholesale network operated by TT-Netværket.
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Telenor 2600 7 Dec 2016 Mar 2013 (?) Dec 2015 20 MHz [1][3][14][93][94][96]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Telia
(TT-Netværket)
1800 3 Oct 2011 (?) Aug 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][85][97]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Wholesale network operated by TT-Netværket.
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Telia 2600 7 Dec 2010 (?) Aug 2015 20 MHz [1][3][97][98]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
  Estonia Elisa 800 20 Aug 2013 N/A 10 MHz [1][3][99]
Elisa 1800 3 Feb 2013 20 MHz in use [1][3][100][101]
4.8 MHz remain for GSM services.
Elisa 2600 7 Feb 2013 20 MHz [1][3][100][101]
Telia 800 20 Jul 2016 Jun 2013 N/A 10 MHz [1][3][102][103][104]
Provider formerly branded as EMT.
Telia 1800 3 Jul 2016 Dec 2011 (?) Aug 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][102][103][105]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Provider formerly branded as EMT.
4.8 MHz remain for GSM services.
Telia 2600 7 Jul 2016 Dec 2010 (?) Aug 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][102][103][105][106]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Provider formerly branded as EMT.
Tele2 800 20 May 2014 N/A Dec 2015 10 MHz [1][3][107][108]
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_1A_3A_20).
Tele2 1800 3 Nov 2012 Nov 2012 Dec 2014 Dec 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][107][109][110]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_1A_3A_20).
4.8 MHz remain for GSM services.
Tele2 2100 1 Jul 2015 Jul 2015 Dec 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][107][111]
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_1A_3A_20).
Tele2 2600 7 Nov 2012 Nov 2012 Dec 2014 20 MHz [1][3][109][110]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
  Finland Yhteisverkko
(DNA / Sonera)
800 20 Jan 2014 N/A 20 MHz [1][3][112][113]
Joint infrastructure operation using shared frequencies.
DNA 1800 3 Mar 2016 Dec 2011 20 MHz in use [61][3][112][114]
4.8 MHz remain for GSM services.
DNA 2600 7 Mar 2016 Dec 2011 20 MHz [61][3][114]
Elisa 800 20 Nov 2016 Jan 2014 N/A 10 MHz [1][3][115][116][117]
Elisa 1800 3 Nov 2016 Nov 2011 (?) Mar 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][115][116][118][119]
4.8 MHz remain for GSM services.
Elisa 2600 7 Nov 2016 Nov 2011 (?) Mar 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][115][116][118][120]
Sonera 1800 3 Aug 2011 (?) Dec 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][121][122]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
4.8 MHz remain for GSM services.
Sonera 2600 7 Nov 2010 (?) Dec 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][121][122][123]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
Ukkoverkot 450 31 Nov 2014 5 MHz [1][3][124]
Ukkoverkot 2600 38 Aug 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][125]
2570 – 2575 MHz unused (Guard band)
2615 – 2620 MHz unused (Guard band)
  France Bouygues 800 20 Dec 2015 Jun 2013 N/A Sep 2015 10 MHz [1][3][126][127][128][129]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_1A_3A_7A_20A)
(4x4 MIMO + 256QAM) (Demo).
Bouygues 1800 3 Dec 2015 Oct 2013 Jun 2014 15 MHz in use [1][3][126][127][128][130][131]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_1A_3A_7A_20A)
(4x4 MIMO + 256QAM) (Demo).

5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Bouygues 2600 7 Dec 2015 May 2013 N/A Jun 2014 15 MHz [1][3][126][127][128][130][132]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_1A_3A_7A_20A)
(4x4 MIMO + 256QAM) (Demo).
Free 700 28 Sep 2016 N/A 10 MHz [3][133][134]
Free 1800 3 Nov 2015 N/A 15 MHz [3][135][129][136]
Free 2600 7 Dec 2013 Dec 2013 20 MHz [1][3][137]
Orange 800 20 Jun 2016 Jul 2013 N/A Jul 2014 10 MHz [61][3][138][129]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
Orange 1800 3 Jun 2016 May 2016 10 MHz in use [3][129][139]
10 MHz remain for GSM services.
Orange 2600 7 Jan 2016 Nov 2012 Jan 2014 Jul 2014 20 MHz [61][3][138][140][141]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
SFR 800 20 Feb 2013 N/A Oct 2014 May 2016 10 MHz [1][3][142][143][129]
CA[G 1] of 25 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
SFR 1800 3 May 2016 May 2016 May 2016 May 2016 20 MHz [3][142][129][139]
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
SFR 2600 7 Nov 2012 N/A Oct 2014 May 2016 15 MHz [1][3][142][143][144]
CA[G 1] of 25 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
  Georgia Geocell 1800 3 Mar 2015 [1][3][145]
MagtiCom 800 20 Jun 2016 N/A Jun 2016 10 MHz [146]
CA[G 1] of 25 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
MagtiCom 1800 3 Feb 2015 Jun 2016 15 MHz in use [1][3][146][147]
CA[G 1] of 25 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
14.9 MHz remain for GSM services.
Mobitel
(Beeline)
800 20 Feb 2015 10 MHz [1][148][149]
Silknet 2300 40 Dec 2014 [150]
  Germany O2 800 20 Apr 2015 Jul 2011 N/A Sep 2016 10 MHz [1][3][14][151][152][153]
CA[G 1] of 15 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
O2 1800 3 Apr 2015 May 2016 5-10 MHz in use [1][3][14][151][154][155][156][157]
CA[G 1] of 15 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
O2 2600 7 Apr 2015 Jul 2013 Sep 2016 Sep 2016 20 MHz in use [1][3][14][151][152][158][159][160]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
Telekom 800 20 Jan 2016 Apr 2011 N/A Nov 2016 10 MHz [1][3][14][161][162][163][164][165][166]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
Telekom 1800 3 Jan 2016 Jul 2011 Sep 2013 Nov 2014 20 MHz [1][3][14][161][162][167][168][169][163][164][170][171][172]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A)
(4x4 MIMO) (Demo).

CA[G 1] of 90 MHz (CA_3C_7A_42C)
(4x4 MIMO) (Demo).
(20+10)+20+(20+20)
Telekom 2600 7 Jan 2016 Aug 2013 Sep 2013 Nov 2014 20 MHz [1][3][14][161][167][168][169][163][164][170][171][173]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A)
(4x4 MIMO) (Demo).

CA[G 1] of 90 MHz (CA_3C_7A_42C)
(4x4 MIMO) (Demo).
(20+10)+20+(20+20)
Vodafone 800 20 May 2015 Dec 2010 N/A Apr 2015 Sep 2016 10 MHz [1][3][14][174][175][176][177][178][179][180][181]
Enhanced Voice Services (EVS)
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A)
(256QAM) (Demo).
Vodafone 1800 3 Sep 2016 Sep 2016 Sep 2016 Sep 2016 Sep 2016 20 MHz [3][14][174][175][176][177][178]
Enhanced Voice Services (EVS)
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A)
(256QAM) (Demo).
Vodafone 2600 7 May 2015 Aug 2013 Aug 2013 Apr 2015 Sep 2016 20 MHz [1][3][14][174][175][176][177][178][179][182]
Enhanced Voice Services (EVS)
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A)
(256QAM) (Demo).
  Gibraltar Gibtelecom 800 20 Feb 2016 [61][183]
Gibtelecom 2600 7 Feb 2016 [61]
  Greece Cosmote 800 20 Feb 2015 N/A Oct 2015 10 MHz [1][3][184][185]
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Cosmote 1800 3 Nov 2012 (?) Mar 2015 Oct 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][184][186][187]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
15 MHz remain for GSM services.
Cosmote 2600 7 Mar 2015 Mar 2015 Mar 2015 Oct 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][184][185][186]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Vodafone 800 20 Mar 2015 (?) Mar 2015 (?) Mar 2015 (?) 2x10Mhz [188][citation needed]
Vodafone 1800 3 Jun 2013 Jun 2013 Feb 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][189][190][191][192]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Vodafone 2600 7 Feb 2015 Feb 2015 Feb 2015 20 MHz [1][3][189][190]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
WIND 1800 3 Mar 2015 15 MHz [1][3][193]
  Greenland Nuuk TV (?) (?) Dec 2013 [194]
TELE Greenland 800 20 Dec 2013 [1][195]
  Guernsey Airtel-Vodafone (?) (?) Jul 2015 [1][196][197][198]
Jersey Telecom 800 20 Jun 2015 Jun 2015 [1][61][197]
Jersey Telecom 1800 3 Jun 2015 Jun 2015 [1][61][197]
Jersey Telecom 2600 7 Jun 2015 Jun 2015 [1][61][197]
Sure 1800 3 May 2015 [1][61][199][200]
  Hungary Telenor 800 20 Feb 2015 (?) N/A 10 MHz [3][201][202]
Joint infrastructure operation with T-Mobile.
Telenor 1800 3 Jul 2012 Oct 2013 May 2016 20 MHz in use [1][3][201][203][204]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
10 MHz remain for GSM services.
Telenor 2600 7 May 2016 May 2016 May 2016 20 MHz [1][3][201]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
T-Mobile 800 20 Oct 2014 N/A 10 MHz [1][3][202][205]
Joint infrastructure operation with Telenor.
T-Mobile 1800 3 Jan 2012 Dec 2015 10 MHz in use [1][3][206][207][208]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7C).
15 MHz remain for GSM services.
T-Mobile 2600 7 Oct 2014 Oct 2014 Dec 2015 30 MHz [1][3][205][206][207]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7C).
Vodafone 800 20 Nov 2014 10 MHz [61][209][210]
Vodafone 2600 7 Nov 2014 20 MHz [61][209]
  Iceland Nova /
Vodafone
800 20 Jul 2013 N/A 10 MHz in use [1][3][211][212][213]
Joint infrastructure operation
using shared frequencies.
Nova /
Vodafone
1800 3 Apr 2013 20 MHz in use (?) [1][3][211][212][214][215]
Joint infrastructure operation using
shared frequencies.
20 MHz remain for GSM services.
Síminn 1800 3 Jan 2014 Apr 2015 Dec 2016 30 MHz [1][3][216][217][218]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3C).
  Ireland 3 1800 3 Jan 2014 20 MHz in use (?) [1][3][219][220][221][222][223]
Joint infrastructure operation with Meteor.
15 MHz remain for GSM services.
Meteor 800 20 Sep 2013 10 MHz [1][3][220][224]
Joint infrastructure operation with 3.
Meteor 1800 3 Sep 2013 10 MHz in use [1][3][220][224]
Joint infrastructure operation with 3.
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Vodafone 800 20 Oct 2013 Dec 2014
(via CA)
Jul 2015 10 MHz [1][3][225][226][227]
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_3A_20A). (Cat.4)
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Vodafone 1800 3 Dec 2014 Dec 2014
(via CA)

Jul 2015
Jul 2015 20 MHz in use [3][225][226][228]
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_3A_20A). (Cat.4)
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
UL-CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A)
(64QAM) (Demo).
  Isle of Man Manx Telecom 800 20 Jul 2014 [1][229]
Manx Telecom 1800 3 Jul 2014 [1][229]
Sure 800 20 Mar 2015 [1][61][230]
Sure 1800 3 Mar 2015 [61]
  Italy GO Internet 3500 42 Sep 2015 [61][231]
Linkem 3500 42 Dec 2014 [1][232][233][234]
TIM 800 20 Dec 2015 Nov 2014 N/A Nov 2014 Dec 2016 10 MHz [1][3][14][235][236][237][238][239]
256 QAM
CA[G 1] of 25 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
TIM 1800 3 Dec 2015 Nov 2012 Mar 2015 Nov 2014 Dec 2016 20 MHz [1][3][14][235][236][237][238][239][240]
256 QAM
CA[G 1] of 25 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 25 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
TIM 2600 7 Dec 2015 Nov 2014 N/A Nov 2014 Dec 2016 15 MHz [1][3][14][235][236][237][238][239]
256 QAM
CA[G 1] of 25 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Vodafone 800 20 Jul 2015 Dec 2014 N/A Dec 2014 10 MHz [1][3][14][241][242]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Vodafone 1800 3 Jul 2015 Nov 2012 Dec 2014 Dec 2014 20 MHz [1][3][14][241][242][243]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Vodafone 2600 7 Jul 2015 Dec 2014 N/A Dec 2014 10 MHz in use [1][3][14][241][242]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Wind Tre 800 20 Jan 2014 N/A 10 MHz [1][3][244]
Wind Tre 1800 3 Feb 2013 15 MHz [1][3][244][245][246]
  Jersey Airtel-Vodafone (?) (?) Jul 2015 [1][196][197][247]
Jersey Telecom 800 20 Feb 2015 Feb 2015 [1][197][248]
Jersey Telecom 1800 3 Feb 2015 Feb 2015 [1][197][248]
Jersey Telecom 2600 7 Feb 2015 Feb 2015 [1][197][248]
Sure 1800 3 May 2015 [1][61][199]
  Kosovo IPKO 1800 3 Dec 2014 [1][249]
Vala 1800 3 Apr 2015 [1][249]
  Latvia Bite 800 20 Jul 2015 N/A 10 MHz [1][3]
Bite 1800 3 May 2015 May 2015 May 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][250]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Bite 2600 7 May 2015 May 2015 May 2015 20 MHz [1][3][250]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
LMT 1800 3 May 2011 Nov 2014
(via CA)
10 MHz in use (?) [1][3][251][252]
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
LMT 2600 7 (?) Nov 2014
(via CA)
10 MHz in use (?) [1][3][251]
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Tele2 800 20 Jul 2015 N/A (?) Dec 2015 10 MHz [1][3][253][254]
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Tele2 1800 3 Dec 2013 (?) (?) Dec 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][253]
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
4.6 MHz remain for GSM services.
Tele2 2600 7 (?) (?) (?) Dec 2015 20 MHz [1][3][253]
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
  Liechtenstein Orange 1800 3 Sep 2013 20 MHz in use [1][3][255]
10 MHz remain for GSM services.
Swisscom 1800 3 Jun 2015 Mar 2015 Mar 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][14][256][257][258]
20 MHz remain for GSM services.
Telecom Liechtenstein 800 20 Feb 2015 Feb 2015 20 MHz [1][3][259]
  Lithuania Bite 800 20 Apr 2015 N/A Apr 2015 10 MHz [1][3][260]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Bite 1800 3 Apr 2015 Apr 2015 Apr 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][260][261]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Bite 2600 7 Apr 2015 N/A Apr 2015 20 MHz [1][3][260][262]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Telecentras
(MEZON)
2300 40 Nov 2015 [263][264][265][266] FWB[A 1]
Omnitel 800 20 Sep 2016 Oct 2013 N/A Dec 2014 Dec 2015 10 MHz [1][3][267][268][269][270][271]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Omnitel 1800 3 Sep 2016 Apr 2011 Dec 2015 15 MHz in use [1][3][267][261][268][269][272]
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
10 MHz remain for GSM services.
Omnitel 2600 7 Sep 2016 Dec 2014 Dec 2014 Dec 2014 Dec 2015 20 MHz [3][267][268][269][270]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Tele2 800 20 (?) N/A Aug 2015 Dec 2015 10 MHz [1][3][273][274][275]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Tele2 1800 3 Sep 2013 (?) Aug 2015 Dec 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][261][273][274][275]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A)
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Tele2 2600 7 Mar 2013 (?) Dec 2015 Dec 2015 20 MHz [1][3][262][273][274][276]
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
  Luxembourg Orange 1800 3 Oct 2012 10 MHz in use [1][3][277]
15 MHz remain for GSM services.
POST 1800 3 Oct 2013 10 MHz in use [1][3][278]
15 MHz remain for GSM services.
Tango 800 20 Dec 2014 N/A Dec 2014 10 MHz [1][3][279]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Tango 1800 3 Oct 2012 Oct 2012 Dec 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][279][280][281]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
  Macedonia ONE 800 20 Aug 2014 [1]
ONE 1800 3 Aug 2014 [1]
T-Mobile 800 20 Dec 2013 N/A Nov 2015 10 MHz [1][282][283][284]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
T-Mobile 1800 3 Dec 2013 (?) Nov 2015 20 MHz in use (?) [1][3][282][283][284]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A)
15 MHz remain for GSM services.
Vip 800 20 Jul 2014 10 MHz in use (?) [1][282][285][286][287][288]
Operator merged with One.
Vip 1800 3 Jul 2014 10 MHz in use (?) [1][3][282][285][286][287]
40 MHz remain for GSM services.
Operator merged with One.
  Malta GO 1800 3 Dec 2015 10 MHz in use (?) [3][289]
Vodafone 1800 3 Nov 2013 Nov 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][290][291]
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
  Moldova Moldcell 2600 7 Nov 2012 20 MHz [1][3][292]
Orange 1800 3 Feb 2016 Feb 2016 Feb 2016 20 MHz in use [1][3][293]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Orange 2600 7 Nov 2012 Feb 2014 Feb 2016 20 MHz [1][3][293][294][295]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Unité 1800 3 Oct 2015 [61][296]
  Monaco Monaco Telecom 800 20 Jan 2015 N/A Jan 2015 10 MHz [1][297][298]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
Monaco Telecom 2600 7 Oct 2013 Jan 2015 Jan 2015 20 MHz [1][297][298][299]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
  Montenegro Telenor 2600 7 Nov 2012 20 MHz in use (?) [1][300]
T-Mobile 1800 3 Nov 2013 Jul 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][301][302][303][304]
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
  Netherlands KPN 800 20 Oct 2016 Feb 2013 N/A Sep 2014 10 MHz [1][3][305][306][307][308]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
KPN 1800 3 Oct 2016 Jun 2014 Sep 2014 Sep 2014 20 MHz [1][3][305][306][307]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
KPN 2600 7 Oct 2016 May 2012 N/A 10 MHz [1][3][305][306][309]
T-Mobile 900 8 May 2015 N/A Jan 2016 10 MHz in use [1][3][310][311][312]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_8A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_1A_3A_8A)..
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
T-Mobile 1800 3 Nov 2013 Oct 2014 Jan 2016 20 MHz in use [1][3][310][311][313][314]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_8A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_1A_3A_8A).
10 MHz remain for GSM services.
T-Mobile 2100 1 Nov 2016 N/A Nov 2016 10 MHz in use [1][3][310]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_1A_3A_8A).
10 MHz remain for UMTS services.
T-Mobile 2600 7 May 2012 10 MHz [1][3][315][314][316]
Tele2 800 20 Dec 2016 Jan 2015 N/A Nov 2015 10 MHz [1][3][317][318][319][320]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
Tele2 2600 7 Dec 2016 May 2012 Nov 2015 Nov 2015 20 MHz [1][3][317][318][319][321]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
Vodafone 800 20 Nov 2016 Aug 2013 N/A Sep 2014 10 MHz [1][3][322][323][324][325]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Vodafone 1800 3 Nov 2016 Aug 2013 Sep 2014 Sep 2014 20 MHz [1][3][322][323][324][325]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Vodafone 2600 7 Nov 2016 May 2012 N/A 10 MHz [1][3][322][323]
Ziggo 2600 7 May 2012 20 MHz [1][3][323][326][327] FWB[A 1]
  Norway ice.net 450 31 Jun 2015 N/A 5 MHz [3][328][329][89]
ice.net 800 20 Jun 2015 N/A 10 MHz [3][329][330]
ice.net 1800 3 Jun 2015 20 MHz [3][329][330]
Telia 800 20 Apr 2014 N/A 10 MHz [1][3][331]
Provider formerly branded as NetCom.
Telia 1800 3 Oct 2011 (?) 20 MHz in use [1][3][332][333]
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Provider formerly branded as NetCom.
Telia 2600 7 Dec 2009 20 MHz [1][3][333][334]
Provider formerly branded as NetCom.
World's first LTE network.
Telenor 800 20 Jan 2016 Mar 2014 N/A 10 MHz [3][14][335][336]
Telenor 1800 3 Jan 2016 Mar 2013 (?) Apr 2015 20 MHz in use [3][14][332][335][337][338]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
10 MHz remain for GSM services.
Telenor 2600 7 Jan 2016 Oct 2012 (?) Apr 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][14][335][337][339]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
  Poland Aero2 800 20 Mar 2015 N/A 5 MHz [1][3][340][341]
Aero2 1800 3 Sep 2010 Nov 2012 20 MHz [1][3][342][343][344]
Available to Plus (MNVO) customers.
Aero2 2600 38 May 2011 20 MHz in use [1][3][345][346] FWB[A 1]
2570 – 2575 MHz unused (Guard band)
2615 – 2620 MHz unused (Guard band)
Orange 800 20 Feb 2016 N/A 10 MHz [3][347][348][349][350]
Joint infrastructure operation with T-Mobile.
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Orange 2600 7 Feb 2016 N/A 15 MHz [3][347][348][349][350]
Joint infrastructure operation with T-Mobile.
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Play 800 20 Aug 2016 N/A Aug 2016 5 MHz [3][351]
CA[G 1] of 35 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Play 1800 3 Nov 2013 N/A Aug 2016 10 MHz in use [1][3][351][352][353]
CA[G 1] of 35 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_1A_3A_7A).
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Play 2100 1 Dec 2015 N/A Aug 2016 10 MHz in use [3][351][353][354][355]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_1A_3A_7A).
5 MHz remain for UMTS services.
Play 2600 7 Aug 2016 Aug 2016 Aug 2016 20 MHz [3][351]
CA[G 1] of 35 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_1A_3A_7A).
Plus 2600 7 Aug 2016 Aug 2016 (?) 20 MHz [3][356]
T-Mobile 800 20 Feb 2016 N/A 10 MHz [3][347][350]
Joint infrastructure operation with Orange.
T-Mobile /
Orange
1800 3 Jun 2014 /
Sep 2013
10 MHz in use [1][3][352][357][347][358][359][360]
Joint infrastructure operation.
12 MHz remain for GSM services (Orange).
9.6 MHz remain for GSM services (T-Mobile).
T-Mobile 2600 7 Feb 2016 N/A 15 MHz [3][347][350]
Joint infrastructure operation with Orange.
  Portugal Meo 800 20 Apr 2012 N/A Oct 2014 10 MHz [1][3][361]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
Meo 1800 3 Sep 2012 Oct 2014 Oct 2014 20 MHz [1][3][362]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Meo 2600 7 Mar 2012 Oct 2014 Oct 2014 20 MHz [1][3][362][363]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
NOS 800 20 Apr 2012 N/A 10 MHz [1][3][361][364]
Provider formerly branded as Optimus.
NOS 1800 3 Mar 2012 20 MHz [1][3][364][365]
Provider formerly branded as Optimus.
NOS 2600 7 Mar 2012 20 MHz [1][3][364][365]
Provider formerly branded as Optimus.
Vodafone 800 20 Sep 2015 Apr 2012 N/A 10 MHz [1][3][14][361][366]
Vodafone 1800 3 Sep 2015 Oct 2012 Oct 2012 Oct 2014 20 MHz [1][3][14][366][367][368][369][370]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_3A_7A_38A) (Demo).
Vodafone 2600 7 Sep 2015 Mar 2012 Oct 2012 Oct 2014 20 MHz [1][3][14][366][368][369][370][371]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_3A_7A_38A) (Demo).
  Romania Digi.Mobil 2100 1 Oct 2016 N/A 5 MHz in use (?) [1][3][372][373]
Pre-commercial as of Oct 2016.
Digi.Mobil 2600 38 Mar 2015 Oct 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][374][375]
2570 – 2575 MHz unused (Guard band)
Orange 800 20 Sep 2015 (?) N/A 10 MHz [1][3][14][376][377][378][379]
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Trial).
Joint infrastructure operation with Vodafone
in rural areas.
Orange 1800 3 Sep 2015 Dec 2012 Apr 2014 Sep 2014 20 MHz [1][3][14][376][380][381][382]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Trial).
Orange 2600 7 Sep 2015 Sep 2014 Sep 2014 Sep 2014 20 MHz [1][3][14][376][380]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Trial).
Telekom 1800 3 Apr 2013 Apr 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][383][384][385]
Provider formerly named Cosmote.
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Vodafone 800 20 Nov 2014 Sep 2014 N/A Sep 2014 10 MHz [1][3][14][386][377][378][387][388]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Joint infrastructure operation with Orange
in rural areas.
Vodafone 1800 3 Nov 2014 Nov 2012 Apr 2014 Sep 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][14][386][387][388][389][390]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
10 MHz remain for GSM services.
  Russia VimpelCom
(Beeline)
800 20 Apr 2015 Aug 2014 N/A 5 MHz in use [1][3][14][391][392][393][394][395]
CA[G 1] of 15 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
Joint infrastructure operation with MTS.
Joint infrastructure operation with MegaFon.
Joint infrastructure operation with Tele2.
VimpelCom
(Beeline)
2600 7 Apr 2015 May 2013 Nov 2016
(via FS)
10 MHz [1][3][14][391][392][393][394][395][396][397]
CA[G 1] of 15 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_7C). (Cat.4)
Joint infrastructure operation with MTS.
Joint infrastructure operation with MegaFon.
Available in Moscow region.
MegaFon 800 20 Sep 2016 Aug 2014 N/A 5 MHz in use [1][3][398][399]
Joint infrastructure operation with VimpelCom.
MegaFon 1800 3 Sep 2016 Feb 2015 [1][398][400][401]
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_3A_7C)
(4x4 MIMO + 256QAM) (Demo).

Joint infrastructure operation with VimpelCom.
MegaFon 2600 7 Sep 2016 Jan 2012
(Yota)

Apr 2012
(MegaFon)
(?) Feb 2014 40 MHz [1][3][398][392][400][402][403][404][405][406]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_7C).
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_3A_7C)
(4x4 MIMO + 256QAM) (Demo).

Formerly operated by Yota.
Joint infrastructure operation with VimpelCom.
MegaFon 2600 38 Sep 2016 Sep 2012 20 MHz in use [1][3][398][407][408]
(↓↑) 2575 – 2595 MHz
2570 – 2575 MHz unused (Guard band)
Available in Moscow region only.
Motiv 1800 3 Nov 2014 [1][409][410] Available in Yekaterinburg, Kurgan,
Yugra and Yamal-Nenets regions.
MTS 800 20 Jan 2015 N/A 5 MHz in use [1][3][392][393][411][412]
CA[G 1] of 25 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
Joint infrastructure operation with VimpelCom.
MTS 1800 3 Jan 2015 Jun 2015
(via CA)
Dec 2016 10 MHz in use [1][392][393][413][411][414][415]
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_3A_7A). (Cat.4)
CA[G 1] of 25 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_38A) (Demo).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A_38A).
(4x4 MIMO, 265 QAM)
Joint infrastructure operation with VimpelCom.
MTS 2600 7 May 2013 Jun 2015
(via CA)
Nov 2016
(via FS)
Dec 2016 10 MHz [1][3][392][393][413][411][414][396][416]
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_7C). (Cat.4 via FS)
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_3A_7A). (Cat.4)
CA[G 1] of 25 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A_38A).
(4x4 MIMO, 265 QAM)
Joint infrastructure operation with VimpelCom.
MTS 2600 38 Sep 2012 Dec 2016 20 MHz in use [1][3][413][411][417]
(↓↑) 2595 – 2615 MHz
2615 – 2620 MHz unused (Guard band)
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_38A) (Demo).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A_38A).
(4x4 MIMO, 265 QAM)
Tattelecom 1800 3 Jun 2014 [1][418] Available in Tartarstan.
Tele2
(Rostelecom)
450 31 May 2016 N/A 5 MHz [3][419][420][421][422][423]
Tele2
(Rostelecom)
800 20 Jun 2013 N/A 5 MHz in use [1][3][394][419][424]
Joint infrastructure operation with VimpelCom.
Tele2
(Rostelecom)
1800 3 Dec 2014 [1][394][419][425]
Joint infrastructure operation with VimpelCom.
Tele2
(Rostelecom)
2600 7 Jun 2013 10 MHz [1][3][394][419][424]
Joint infrastructure operation with VimpelCom.
Vainakh Telecom 2300 40 Sep 2013 [1][426][427] Available in Chechnya.
  Serbia MTS 1800 3 Apr 2015 15 MHz in use [1][3][428]
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Telenor 1800 3 Mar 2015 10 MHz in use [1][3][428]
Available in Belgrade.
10 MHz remain for GSM services.
Vip 800 20 Jan 2016 N/A Jan 2016 10 MHz [1][429][430]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Vip 1800 3 Mar 2015 Mar 2015 Jan 2016 20 MHz in use [1][3][428][430]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
10 MHz remain for GSM services.
  Slovakia O2 800 20 Dec 2014 10 MHz [1][3][431][432][433]
O2 1800 3 Dec 2014 10 MHz in use [1][3][431][432][433]
6 MHz remain for GSM services.
Orange 800 20 Jul 2014 N/A Dec 2015 10 MHz [1][3][434][435][436]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
Orange 2600 7 Jul 2014 Jul 2014 Dec 2015 20 MHz in use [1][3][434][435][436]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
Slovak Telekom 800 20 Aug 2014 10 MHz [1][3][437]
Slovak Telekom 1800 3 Nov 2013 Jun 2015 10 MHz in use [1][3][438][439][440]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7C)
(4x4 MIMO + 265 QAM) (Demo).
Slovak Telekom 2600 7 Apr 2014 Apr 2014 Jun 2015 40 MHz [1][3][438][439][441][442]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_7C). (Nov 2015)
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7C)
(4x4 MIMO + 265 QAM) (Demo).
Slovanet 3500 42 Nov 2015 [61][443] FWB[A 1]
SWAN 1800 3 Oct 2016 Mar 2015 10 MHz in use [1][3][444][445]
SWAN 3700 43 Apr 2016 20 MHz in use [446][447][448] FWB[A 1]
  Slovenia Si.mobil 800 20 Jun 2014 N/A [1][3][449]
Si.mobil 1800 3 Jul 2012 Aug 2014 Nov 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][450][451][452]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
10 MHz remain for GSM services.
Si.mobil 2600 7 Nov 2014 Nov 2014 Nov 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][450]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Telekom Slovenije 800 20 Jun 2014 N/A Mar 2015 10 MHz [1][3][453][454]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Pre-commercial Cat.6 as of Mar 2015.
Provider formerly branded as Mobitel.
Telekom Slovenije 900 8 Sep 2014 N/A 5 MHz in use [1][3][453][455]
Pre-commercial as of Sep 2014.
Provider formerly branded as Mobitel.
10 MHz remain for GSM services.
Telekom Slovenije 1800 3 Mar 2013 Mar 2014 Dec 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][453][456][457][458][459]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Pre-commercial Cat.6 as of Dec 2014.
Provider formerly branded as Mobitel.
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Telekom Slovenije 2100 1 Mar 2015 10 MHz in use [1][3][453]
Pre-commercial as of Mar 2015.
Provider formerly branded as Mobitel.
10 MHz remain for UMTS services.
Telekom Slovenije 2600 7 Dec 2014 Dec 2014 Dec 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][453][456]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Pre-commercial Cat.6 as of Dec 2014.
Provider formerly branded as Mobitel.
Telemach Mobil 800 20 Jun 2015 10 MHz [460][461][462][463][464]
Provider formerly branded as Tusmobil.
Telemach Mobil 1800 3 Jun 2015 20 MHz [465][460][461][462][463][464]
Provider formerly branded as Tusmobil.
  Spain COTA
(Murcia4G)
2600 38 Aug 2014 N/A 10 MHz [1][3][466] FWB[A 1]
(↓↑) 2595 – 2605 MHz
Available in Murcia.
Movistar 800 20 2015 (?) N/A 10 MHz [1][3][467]
Movistar 1800 3 Sep 2013 (?) Oct 2014 20 MHz [1][3][468][469]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Movistar 2600 7 Oct 2014 Oct 2014 Oct 2014 20 MHz [1][3][468]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Masmovil
(Neo-Sky)
3500 42 Jun 2013 [1][3][470] FWB[A 1]
Orange 800 20 Nov 2016 Apr 2015 (?) N/A (?) Sep 2015 10 MHz [1][3][467][471][472]
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Orange 1800 3 Nov 2016 Jul 2013 (?) (?) Sep 2015 15 MHz in use [1][3][471][472][473]
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Orange 2600 7 Nov 2016 Jul 2013 (?) (?) Sep 2015 20 MHz [1][3][471][472][473]
CA[G 1] of 45 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Vodafone 800 20 Jul 2015 Jan 2015 N/A Feb 2016 10 MHz [1][3][14][467][474][475][476]
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Vodafone 1800 3 Jul 2015 May 2013 May 2013 Oct 2014 Feb 2016 20 MHz [1][3][14][474][475][477][478]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Vodafone 2600 7 Jul 2015 May 2013 May 2013 Oct 2014 Feb 2016 20 MHz [1][3][14][474][475][477][478]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A).
Yoigo 1800 3 Jul 2013 10 MHz in use [1][3][479][480][481]
  Sweden 3 800 20 Mar 2012 Dec 2015
(via CA)
10 MHz [1][3][482][483][484]
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_7A_20A). (Cat.4)
3 2600 7 Dec 2011 Dec 2015
(via CA)
10 MHz [1][3][482][483][485][486]
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_7A_20A). (Cat.4)
3 2600 38 Dec 2011 20 MHz in use [1][3][482][487][485][486]
2570 – 2575 MHz unused (Guard band)
2615 – 2620 MHz unused (Guard band)
Net1 450 31 Jun 2015 (?) N/A 5 MHz [3][488][489][89]
Net4Mobility
(Telenor / Tele2)
800 20 Mar 2011 (?) N/A 10 MHz [1][3]
Net4Mobility
(Telenor / Tele2)
900 8 2012 (?) 5 MHz in use [1][3][490]
1 MHz remain unused.
Net4Mobility
(Telenor / Tele2)
1800 3 Jan 2013 (?) (?) Jun 2016 Aug 2016 20 MHz in use [1][3][491][492][490]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_3A_7A_7A).
15 MHz remain for GSM services.
Net4Mobility
(Telenor / Tele2)
2600 7 Nov 2010 (?) Jun 2016 Aug 2016 40 MHz [1][3][491][492][493]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 60 MHz (CA_3A_7A_7A).
Telia 800 20 Mar 2011 (?) N/A 10 MHz [1][3]
Telia 1800 3 Dec 2014 (?) (?) 20 MHz in use (?) [1][3][494]
15 MHz remain for GSM services.
Telia 2600 7 Dec 2009 Oct 2012 20 MHz [1][3][334][495]
World's first LTE network.
   Switzerland Salt 800 20 May 2014 N/A 10 MHz [1][3][496]
Provider formerly branded as Orange CH.
Salt 1800 3 May 2013 Nov 2013 Dec 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][496][497][498]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Provider formerly branded as Orange CH.
5 MHz remain for GSM services.
Salt 2600 7 Nov 2013 Nov 2013 Dec 2014 20 MHz [1][3][496][497]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
Provider formerly branded as Orange CH.
Sunrise 800 20 Jan 2014 (?) N/A 10 MHz [1][3]
Sunrise 1800 3 Jun 2013 Jan 2014 20 MHz [1][3][499][500]
Sunrise 2600 7 Jun 2013 Jan 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][499][500]
Swisscom 800 20 Jun 2015 Nov 2012 N/A 10 MHz [1][3][14][257][501][502]
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
Swisscom 1800 3 Jun 2015 Nov 2012 Jun 2013 Jun 2014 20 MHz in use [1][3][14][257][501][502][503][504]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
10 MHz remain for GSM services.
Swisscom 2600 7 Jun 2015 Nov 2012 Jun 2013 Jun 2014 20 MHz [1][3][14][257][501][502][503][504]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 50 MHz (CA_3A_7A_20A) (Demo).
  Transnistria Interdnestrcom 800 20 Apr 2012 10 MHz [1][505][506]
Available in Transnistria and Bender.
  United Kingdom 3 800 20 Sep 2015 Sep 2015 5 MHz [1][3][507][508]
VoLTE only available at 800 MHz.
3 1800 3 Dec 2013 15 MHz [1][3][509][510]
EE 800 20 Nov 2016 Nov 2016 N/A 5 MHz [511][512]
EE 1800 3 Apr 2016 Oct 2012 Jul 2013 Oct 2014 Sep 2016 20 MHz in use [1][3][513][509][514][515][516][517][518]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 55 MHz (CA_3A_7C).
25 MHz remain for GSM services.
EE 2600 7 Apr 2016 Oct 2014 Oct 2014 Oct 2014 Sep 2016 35 MHz [1][3][513][514][515][516]
CA[G 1] of 40 MHz (CA_3A_7A).
CA[G 1] of 55 MHz (CA_3A_7C).
O2 800 20 Aug 2013 Jun 2016
(via CA)
10 MHz [1][3][519][520]
CA[G 1] of 15 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Pre-commercial Cat.4 as of Jun 2016.
O2 1800 3 Jun 2016 Jun 2016
(via CA)
5 MHz in use [3][521][519]
CA[G 1] of 15 MHz (CA_3A_20A).
Pre-commercial as of Jun 2016.
0.8 MHz remain unused.
UK Broadband 3500 42 Feb 2012 20 MHz [1][522][523] FWB[A 1]
(↓↑) 3480 – 3500 MHz
UK Broadband 3700 43 Feb 2012 20 MHz [1][522][523] FWB[A 1]
(↓↑) 3580 – 3600 MHz
Vodafone 800 20 Aug 2013 Aug 2016 Oct 2014 10 MHz [1][3][520][524]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_1A_20A). (Cat.4)
Pre-commercial Cat.4 as of Aug 2016.
Vodafone 1800 3 Jun 2016 N/A 5 MHz in use [3][525][526]
0.8 MHz remain unused.
Vodafone 2100 1 Jun 2016 Aug 2016 10 MHz in use [3][525]
Pre-commercial as of Jun 2016.
5 MHz remain for UMTS services.
CA[G 1] of 20 MHz (CA_1A_20A). (Cat.4)
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_1A_7A). (Cat.6)
Pre-commercial Cat.4/Cat.6 as of Aug 2016.
Vodafone 2600 7 Oct 2014 Oct 2014 Oct 2014 20 MHz [1][3][524]
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_7A_20A).
CA[G 1] of 30 MHz (CA_1A_7A). (Cat.6)
Vodafone 2600 38 Sep 2016 20 MHz in use [527][528]
Pre-commercial as of Sep 2016.
Available on single site(s) in Manchester (MediaCity, Salford).
Country Operator ƒ
(MHz)
B VoLTE Launch
date
Cat.3
≤ 100 Mbit/s
Launch
date
Cat.4
≤ 150 Mbit/s
Launch
date
Cat.6
≤ 300 Mbit/s
Launch
date
Cat.9
≤ 450 Mbit/s
Launch
date
Cat.11
≤ 600 Mbit/s
Notes
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Fixed Wireless Broadband

See alsoEdit

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