Thursday, 18 July 2019

Swiss telcos spend $379m at 5G auction, as 4th MNO drops out of the running

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Friday 08 February 19

All three of Switzerland's existing mobile network operators won sufficient spectrum to launch mobile 5G services later this year

Switzerland's big three mobile network operators (MNOs) have secured spectrum for their debut 5G offerings, spending a total of 380 million Swiss Francs ($379m) in the process. Swisscom, Sunrise and Salt all acquired the spectrum with which they will launch mobile 5G services later this year. However, London based telecoms firm, Dense Air, dropped out of the bidding process…

Switzerland's big three mobile network operators (MNOs) have secured spectrum for their debut 5G offerings, spending a total of 380 million Swiss Francs ($379m) in the process. Swisscom, Sunrise and Salt all acquired the spectrum with which they will launch mobile 5G services later this year. However, London based telecoms firm, Dense Air, dropped out of the bidding process…

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