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What does it mean to have “priority tower access”?

Any antenna in the telephone operator network serves a portion of the territory (cell). The antenna’s traffic capacity (bandwidth) is shared between all of the devices connected to that specific cell. For this reason, the higher number of devices connected, the lower the bandwidth of each individual device.

This division of bandwidth is not equal for all devices, but depends on the priority access related to your specific data plan. Our data plan has the highest priority level provided by the telephone operator, meaning that even if the tower traffic is intense, our “reserved” speed level is the highest possible!