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SmarTone Picks Ericsson for LTE

SmarTone makes Ericsson its sole 4G LTE vendor in Hong Kong

September 11, 2012

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STOCKHOLM -- In a densely built-up city such as Hong Kong, an advanced mobile broadband network is required to deliver high-speed data services and an optimal user experience for subscribers. With this in mind, SmarTone, Hong Kong's leading mobile operator, has just announced the activation of its 4G LTE service. Thanks to Ericsson's (NASDAQ: ERIC) efforts as sole end-to-end network supplier, SmarTone's users will enjoy even faster downloads and uploads when using mobile internet applications.

SmarTone's 4G LTE services is generally available to end users from September 11, 2012. The transition to 4G LTE will be smooth since Ericsson's multi-standard radio base stations support 2G/3G/LTE. Users will enjoy a superior mobile broadband experience thanks to high-performing networks, as well as advanced solutions and services.

Douglas Li, CEO of SmarTone, says: "At SmarTone, we value innovation and creativity and we have made huge efforts in delivering an unbeatable customer experience on 4G. Together with Ericsson, we will be able to provide our customers with superior mobile broadband services and performance, based on a complete end-to-end LTE solution."

Ericsson AB (Nasdaq: ERIC)

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