Wednesday, 19 December 2018

China could wait until 2020 for 5G licences

By Mary Lennighan, for Total Telecom
Wednesday 21 March 18

Chinese official says frequencies will be made available to telcos this year to speed rollout of 5G networks

China will likely award 5G licences in the second half of 2019 or the first half of 2020, a regulatory official told a local news outlet this week. Ahead of the licence allocation process, the country will make appropriate frequencies available to telecoms operators to enable them to push on with 5G development and accelerate the rollout of networks…

China will likely award 5G licences in the second half of 2019 or the first half of 2020, a regulatory official told a local news outlet this week. Ahead of the licence allocation process, the country will make appropriate frequencies available to telecoms operators to enable them to push on with 5G development and accelerate the rollout of networks…

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