Thursday, 19 July 2018

Myanmar plans new spectrum sale as smartphones take off

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom, in Singapore
Wednesday 03 June 15

World's youngest mobile market prepares for introduction of a fourth player, creation of an independent regulatory body.

Myanmar is working on a new spectrum allocation policy that will enable it to make more sub-1 GHz frequencies available to mobile operators, the country's deputy communications minister said this week. The news will doubtless be welcome to Myanmar's mobile operators, who are seeing SIM cards fly from the shelves and experiencing strong demand for smartphones…

Myanmar is working on a new spectrum allocation policy that will enable it to make more sub-1 GHz frequencies available to mobile operators, the country's deputy communications minister said this week. The news will doubtless be welcome to Myanmar's mobile operators, who are seeing SIM cards fly from the shelves and experiencing strong demand for smartphones…

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