Nokia has released more details of its 5G equipment contract with GO Malta. The Finnish vendor says it has been awarded a seven-year deal to supply RAN equipment from its AirScale portfolio as part of a nationwide network rollout. Nokia and GO have been working together since the Maltese operator first launched 3G mobile services in 2007.
Tommi Uitto, President of Mobile Networks at Nokia, stated: ‘We are delighted to continue our partnership with GO with the introduction of 5G services in Malta. Our latest AirScale portfolio will support GO’s ambitions for super-fast mobile connectivity that will support the foundations for cutting-edge new use cases.’ GO announced the availability of its first services for customers with 5G-capable handsets last month in urban areas such as St Julian’s and Sliema.
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