Sunday, 16 December 2018

UK starts planning for 5G mobile

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Monday 19 November 12

Ofcom looking to free up 700-MHz spectrum for mobile, presents latest U.K. usage statistics.

Ofcom is working on plans to make 700-MHz spectrum available to mobile operators in order to meet growing demand for mobile data and to support future mobile services, which it described as "possibly 5G". Late last week the U.K. regulator published a plan that will see the 700-MHz frequency band currently being used for digital terrestrial TV (DTT) services released for mobile…

Ofcom is working on plans to make 700-MHz spectrum available to mobile operators in order to meet growing demand for mobile data and to support future mobile services, which it described as "possibly 5G". Late last week the U.K. regulator published a plan that will see the 700-MHz frequency band currently being used for digital terrestrial TV (DTT) services released for mobile…

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