Friday, 20 September 2019

UK MNOs set for £220m windfall, as court rules against Ofcom on spectrum fees

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Monday 20 May 19

Mobile Network Operators in the UK are set to claim back the Annual Licence Fees they paid for spectrum between 2017 and 2017

UK mobile network operators could be in line for an enormous £220 million rebate, following a court ruling against the country's telecoms regulator, Ofcom. The High Court ruled that Ofcom's decision to quadruple its Annual Licence Fees (ALFs) for spectrum between 2015 and 2017 was illegal…

UK mobile network operators could be in line for an enormous £220 million rebate, following a court ruling against the country's telecoms regulator, Ofcom. The High Court ruled that Ofcom's decision to quadruple its Annual Licence Fees (ALFs) for spectrum between 2015 and 2017 was illegal…

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