The work of merging Telia and Telenor networks goes into the final stage. Next week will be the Copenhageners.
Two of the largest network operators is in full swing with putting their networks together in order to improve the quality for consumers, and cherries in the sausage at the end is the capital, where the work will begin next week.
More specifically, it is the northern part of the metropolitan area, which is in charge of the trip, for areas in and around Ballerup, Bagsværd, Kongens Lyngby, Klampenborg, Herlev, Buddinge, Gentofte, skovlunde, Søborg and Bispebjerg.
If the results from the amalgamation in Jutland is true, clients in Northern Copenhagen to get, among other things, fewer dropped calls, better quality in the network and a wider coverage of 3 g both indoors and outdoors.
More than a question of master
“A network is not just a matter of the master, it is far more complex. We are working after a long checklist, which includes both the data experience, conversation quality and coverage, and in this way we ensure that the customer experience is improved continuously, while we change out, “says Heine Wieben R, there is network specialist in Telia.
Telia expects to be able to cover more than 98 percent of the population in the North of Copenhagen with indoor 3 g, when the merger is completed, and the whole country should be coupled together, when the rest of Copenhagen comes with in week 17.
You can follow along with the merger of the two networks here