Kosovo Gains 3G Coverage with Network Upgrade
Published on: 3rd Dec 2013
Kosovo based mobile network Ipko has launched the country's first 3G network with coverage of around 80% of the population.
Ipko's 3G network coverage will initially cover centers of the major cities and towns in Kosovo, while company's plan for year 2014 is to expand its 3G network reach, to cover 75% of the territory and 88% of the population.
"Ipko will bring the fastest mobile Internet in Kosovo, and with this, Ipko will remove Kosovo from the world map of countries which still rely on 2G networks" said Robert Erzin, executive director of Ipko.
Owners of existing 3G mobile phones will be able to switch to the 3G service immediately.
Entry package with 3G internet will be package MINI, which will provide 300 megabytes of 3G internet, for EUR1.95 per month. The second package with 500 megabytes of 3G internet is MIDI, which will cost EUR3.95 per month, while MAXI package which offers 1GB of 3G internet will cost EUR4.95 per month. All mobile internet packages of Ipko will also receive 5GB worth of Wi-Fi download.