Sunday, 23 September 2018

Chile's big three win LTE spectrum

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Tuesday 31 July 12

Telcos pay a total of US$12 million for spectrum in 2.6-GHz band, commit to investing over $200 million in rolling out services.

Chile's three main mobile network operators have acquired spectrum suitable for rolling out LTE services, something that regulator Subtel believes will help satisfy growing demand for connectivity from consumers. America Movil's Claro, Entel, and Telefonica's Movistar unit all won spectrum in the 2.6-GHz band. The three were the only participants in the process…

Chile's three main mobile network operators have acquired spectrum suitable for rolling out LTE services, something that regulator Subtel believes will help satisfy growing demand for connectivity from consumers. America Movil's Claro, Entel, and Telefonica's Movistar unit all won spectrum in the 2.6-GHz band. The three were the only participants in the process…

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