Almadar launches HSPA+ network

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Almadar launches HSPA+ network

August 17, 2017 - 10:07
Written by: AbdullahBenIbrahim

Almadar Mobile Operator has successfully launched its evolved High Speed Packet Access (HSPA+) network in Libya.

The state-run company said the new network will be available in Tripoli while other cities will be covered with HSPA+ service soon.

Almadar offers the service in three plans; Net3, Net5 and Facebook. With Net3, customers can get 3 gigabyte per month at a cost of LYD 30 dinars. Net5 offers 5 gigabyte per month at a cost of LYD 45 dinars. With Facebook service subscription, customers can choose a weekly package of 1 gigabyte at a cost of LY 5 dinars or a monthly one of 3 gigabyte with LYD 15 dinars.

In March, Almadara’s rival mobile operator, Libyana, its 4G-LTE network.

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