List of LTE networks

A list of Long-Term Evolution (LTE) networks worldwide.

Contents 

1 Band 1 (2100 MHz)

2 Bands 7 and 38 (2600 MHz)

3 Band 3 (1800 MHz)

4 Bands 12, 13, 14 and 17 (700MHz)

5 Bands 4 and 10 (2100/1700 MHz, AWS)

6 Band 2 (1900 MHz, US PCS)

7 Band 20 (800 MHz)

8 Other Bands

9 References

10 See also

 

 

Band 1 (2100 MHz)

 

Japan

NTT DOCOMO: Launched December 2010. Band 1.

 

Bands 7 and 38 (2600 MHz)

 

Armenia

K-Telecom/VivaCell-MTS: Launched December 2011. Band 7.

 

Austria

A1: Launched October 2010.

T-Mobile: Launched July 2011.

3: Launched November 2011.

 

Brazil

SKY Brasil: Launched in February 2012 (nomadic mode only)

Claro Americas: uplink 2.510 to 2.530 GHz / downlink 2.630 to 2.650 GHz - Band 7

Vivo (telecommunications): uplink 2.550 to 2.570 GHz / downlink 2.670 to 2.690 GHz - Band 7

 

Canada

Rogers Wireless: Launched July 2011. Band 7.

Bell: Launched November 2011. Band 7.

 

Colombia

UNE-EPM Telecommunications: Launched June 2012.

 

Denmark

Teliasonera: Launched December 2010.

TDC: Launched October 2011.

 

Estonia

EMT: Launched December 2010.

 

Finland

Elisa: Launched December 2010.

Teliasonera: Launched November 2010.

DNA: Launched January 2011.

 

Hong Kong

CSL: Launched November 2010.

China Mobile Hong Kong: Launched April 2012.

PCCW: Launched May 2012.

3 HK: Launched May 2012.

 

Kyrgyzstan

Saima-Telecom: Launched December 2011.

 

Lithuania

Teliasonera/Omnitel: Launched May 2011.

 

Norway

Teliasonera/Netcom: Launched December 2009.

 

Poland

Aero2: Launched May 2011. Band 38.

 

Russia

Yota: Launched December 2011. Band 7.

Megafon: Launched May 2012. Band 7. (MVNO)

 

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Telecom Company (STC): Launched September 2011. Band 38.

Zain: Launched September 2011.

 

Singapore

MobileOne/M1 3G: Launched June 2011.

 

Sweden

Telenor/Tele2/Net4Mobility: Launched November 2010.

TeliaSonera: Launched December 2009.

 

Switzerland

Swisscom: Launched November 2011.

 

United Arab Emirates

du: Launched June 2012.

 

Uzbekistan

MTS: Launched July 2010. Band 7.

UCell/TeliaSonera: Launched August 2010.

 

Band 3 (1800 MHz)

 

Angola

Movicel: Launched April 2012.

 

Australia

Telstra: Launched August 2011.

Optus: Launched April 2012.

 

Belgium

Proximus

 

Czech Republic

O2/Telefónica: Launched June 2012.

 

Denmark

TeliaSonera: Launched December 2010.

 

Estonia

EMT: Launched December 2010.

 

Finland

Elisa: Launched December 2010.

TeliaSonera: Launched November 2010.

DNA: Launched January 2011.

 

Germany

T-Mobile/Telekom: Launched July 2011.

 

Hong Kong

CSL: Launched November 2010.

 

Hungary

T-Mobile: Launched January 2012.

Telenor: Launched July 2012.

 

Japan

EMOBILE: Launched March 2012.

 

Latvia

Teliasonera/LMT: Launched July 2011.

 

Lithuania

Teliasonera/Omnitel: Launched 5/2011.

 

Poland

CenterNet/Mobyland: Launched September 2010.

 

Singapore

MobileOne/M1 3G: Launched June 2011.

Singapore Telecommunications/SingTel: Launched December 2011.

 

South Korea

KT Corporation: Launched January 2012.

SK Telecom

 

United Arab Emirates

du: Launched June 2012.

 

Bands 12, 13, 14 and 17 (700MHz)

 

Puerto Rico

AT&T Mobility: Launched November 2011. Band 17.

 

United States

Verizon Wireless: Launched December 2010. Band 13.

AT&T Mobility: Launched September 2011. Band 17.

 

Uzbekistan

MTS: Launched July 2010. Band 13.

 

Bands 4 and 10 (2100/1700 MHz, AWS)

 

Canada

Rogers Wireless: Launched July 2011. Band 4.

Telus: Launched February 2012. Band 4.

Bell: Launched November 2011. Band 4.

 

Puerto Rico

AT&T Mobility: Launched November 2011. Band 4.

 

United States

Metro PCS: Launched December 2010. Band 4.

AT&T Mobility: Launched September 2011. Band 4.

Cricket Wireless: Launched December 2011. Band 4.

 

Band 2 (1900 MHz, US PCS)

 

United States

Metro PCS: Launched December 2010. Band 2.

Sprint Nextel: Launched July 2012. Band 2.

 

Band 20 (800 MHz)

 

Germany

T-Mobile/Deutsche Telekom: Launched April 2011. 800 MHz.

Vodafone: Launched November 2010. 800 MHz (790-862 MHz - Digital Dividend).

O2/Telefonica: Launched July 2011. 800 MHz.

 

South Korea

LG UPlus: Launched July 2011. 800 MHz

SK Telecom: Launched July 2011. 800 MHz

 

Sweden

TeliaSonera: Launched December 2009. and 800 MHz.

 

United Kingdom

O2/Telefonica: Launched Trials July 2010. 800 MHz.

 

Other Bands

 

India

Airtel: Launched April 2012. 2300 MHz.

 

Philippines

Smart Communications/Piltel: Launched April 2011

 

Sweden

Telenor/Tele2/Net4Mobility: Launched November 2010. 900 MHz.

 

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