Friday, 23 February 2018

LTE makes up less than 1% of EU's mobile connections

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Friday 15 February 13

Wireless Intelligence claims lack of available 800-MHz spectrum is hampering deployment, uptake of advanced mobile services.

A lack of digital dividend spectrum is hindering the deployment and uptake of LTE in the European Union's 27 member states, warned Wireless Intelligence on Friday. The research firm claimed that delays in the allocation of frequencies in the 800 MHz band for LTE services means that operators in the EU27 region are struggling to provide sufficient coverage beyond major urban centres…

A lack of digital dividend spectrum is hindering the deployment and uptake of LTE in the European Union's 27 member states, warned Wireless Intelligence on Friday. The research firm claimed that delays in the allocation of frequencies in the 800 MHz band for LTE services means that operators in the EU27 region are struggling to provide sufficient coverage beyond major urban centres…

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