Sunday, 16 December 2018

FCC gives US telcos a $2bn small cell site boost

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Tuesday 02 October 18

The move has been hailed as an important step to removing barriers to 5G rollout in the US

The US' telecoms regulator, The Federal Communication Commission (FCC), has ruled that town and city governments cannot charge wireless carriers exorbitant fees for small cell site access. The move is expected to save US telcos around $2 billion and has been implemented to &quot…

The US' telecoms regulator, The Federal Communication Commission (FCC), has ruled that town and city governments cannot charge wireless carriers exorbitant fees for small cell site access. The move is expected to save US telcos around $2 billion and has been implemented to &quot…

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