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Ofcom readies itself for 5G auction, despite legal challenges

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Wednesday 17 January 18

Litigation brought by EE and Three has delayed the auction, but Ofcom has now set out a timetable in preparation for the auction

The UK's telecoms regulator Ofcom has announced plans to press ahead with its 5G spectrum auction, despite a persisting legal challenge from Three.   "Ofcom believes it is in the public interest for the auction to take place as soon as possible in light of the significant and strong demand for access to the spectrum…

The UK's telecoms regulator Ofcom has announced plans to press ahead with its 5G spectrum auction, despite a persisting legal challenge from Three.   "Ofcom believes it is in the public interest for the auction to take place as soon as possible in light of the significant and strong demand for access to the spectrum…

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