Brussels, 8 March 2021 – The BIPT has published a study on the risks of congestion of 4G networks in three large cities, in 2022. Concerning Antwerp, the study predicts that there is no risk of significant congestion of 4G networks. Concerning Liège, the study predicts that there is a risk of partial congestion of 4G networks during peak hours. Concerning Brussels, the study predicts that there is a risk of significant congestion of 4G networks during peak hours.

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