Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Regulators in the developing world must get real over spectrum pricing

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Tuesday 17 July 18

A new report published by the GSMA suggests that spectrum pricing in the developing world can be as much as three times more expensive than in developed markets, when the average monthly wage is factored in to the equation

Prohibitively expensive spectrum pricing is a key barrier to increasing mobile penetration levels in the developing world, according to a new report published by the GSMA. The report found that governments across the developing world are helping to drive up the cost of mobile spectrum as a way of maximising revenues for the state…

Prohibitively expensive spectrum pricing is a key barrier to increasing mobile penetration levels in the developing world, according to a new report published by the GSMA. The report found that governments across the developing world are helping to drive up the cost of mobile spectrum as a way of maximising revenues for the state…

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