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Utel (Ukrainian: Утел) is a telecommunications company in Ukraine. It is a subsidiary of Ukrtelecom, government-owned fixed phone operator. Utel launched country's first commercial 3Gcellular network based on the UMTS/HSDPA standard on November 1, 2007. Currently UTEL is only network in Ukraine that provides UMTS 2100 service (other providers provide CDMA technology). It's 3G coverage exists only in main cities.