Lithuania, situated in Northern Europe, is a relatively small country with a population of approximately 2.8 million people dispersed across its 65,300 square kilometres. The population is primarily urbanised, with around 68% residing in urban areas, primarily in the capital, Vilnius, and other major cities such as Kaunas and Klaipeda. Lithuania boasts a robust telecommunications infrastructure, having completely digitised its telephone network. The country is ranked among the top in the world for internet speeds, with a strong emphasis on fibre-optic networks. Lithuania has a distinctive focus on technology and innovation; it has the highest number of individuals working in the ICT sector in the EU. The country also has a growing renewable energy sector, primarily in wind power, with the goal of producing 80% of its energy from renewable sources by 2050. Despite its size, Lithuania presents extensive opportunities and potential challenges in the technology, telecommunications and renewable sectors, with these industries in a mature and innovative state.

ITU Region
Geographic Region
Regulatory Body
Lietuvos Respublikos ryšių reguliavimo tarnyba
Lithuania world map

Mobile Network Operators

The are 3 companies operating mobile networks in this region.

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Bite Lietuva is a telecommunications company operating in Lithuania. The company was established in 1995, becoming the second to offer mobile telephony in the country. Over the years, the company has expanded its service offerings, launching EDGE services in 2004, HSDPA services in 2006, and LTE-A service in 2014. The company has undergone multiple ownership changes since its inception. Originally owned by TDC in Denmark until 2007, it was then acquired by Mid Europa Partners, who held ownership until 2016. Since 2016, Bite Lietuva has been owned by Providence Equity Partners.
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Tele2 Lietuva is a telecommunications company operating in Lithuania. The company was established in 2002 as a subsidiary of the Swedish multinational telecommunications company, Tele2 AB. Ownership of Tele2 Lietuva is maintained by its parent company, Tele2 AB, which holds a majority stake in the firm.
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Telia Lietuva is a prominent telecommunications company operating in Lithuania. It was established in 1991 as Litcom by Juozas Kazickas, marking the inception of the first private telecommunications company in the country. The company underwent a significant change in 2004 when it was acquired by TeliaSonera and rebranded as Omnitel. In 2017, the company adopted its current name, Telia Lietuva. Telia Lietuva is part of the Telia Company group, a multinational telecommunications company. The ownership of Telia Lietuva rests with Telia Company, following its acquisition of Omnitel in 2004. The...