Ericsson Croatia wins 3G contract in Montenegro

Ericsson Nikola Tesla has won a contract from T-Mobile Montenegro for the delivery of 3G and 2G equipment.


It includes the necessary implementation services, equipment integration, including the solution and project management, as well as the IP Broadband Network Design (IPBN Network Design).

Under the contract Ericsson Nikola Tesla will also change the CC/MCC codes within the network operated by T-Mobile Montenegro.

This is Ericsson Nikola Tesla's first 3G contract outside the Republic of Croatia.

"It goes without saying that signing of the contract is only the first phase of this complex and strategic job. Now we are facing the phase of implementation, integration and putting into operation of the contracted equipment and training of the T-Mobile Montenegro staff. However, judging by our former professional experience, I am positive that we shall manage to fulfill our obligations within the committed deadlines and quality framework," points out Davor Rogić, Ericsson Nikola Tesla's acting marketing and sales director in Montenegro market.

Sweden's Ericsson owns 49 percent of Ericsson Nikola Tesla, with the rest held by investors and floated on the Zagreb Stock Exchange.


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