Will LTE spark more network sharing in Europe?

The concept of network sharing has gained much more acceptance in Europe than it has in the United States. However, it's unclear exactly how much money such partnerships actually save. With the advent of LTE networks, more and more operators could turn to network sharing as a way to cut down the cost of rolling out the next-generation technology--possibly with the aid of third-party managed service providers like Ericsson and Huawei. Special feature

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