More about "900 MHz"
Germany
Jul 28, 2021
by Jaroslaw Adamowski

Germany completed an auction of spectrum for 5G in June 2019, generating more than €6.5 billion, and the country's regulator is currently considering to provide local players with expanded access to the 3.7 - 3.8 GHz band to enhance the technology’s roll-out. Read more...

United Kingdom
Jul 28, 2021
by Manuel R. Marti

Auction procedures have been used in the UK to assign all 5G pioneer bands – with the exception of 26 GHz which remains unassigned– but spectrum sharing and local licensing dominate much of the regulator’s current and future agenda. Read more...

Australia
Jun 14, 2021
by Richard Handford

In Australia, spectrum is considered an instrument to promote competition in the mobile market. Read more...

India
Apr 01, 2021
by Richard Handford

Indian operators balked at the high reserve prices for the 700 MHz band, but the telecoms sector may get future opportunities to access the 700 MHz, 3.3 - 3.6 GHz, and unlicensed access to the 6 GHz band. Read more...

América Móvil
Mar 24, 2021
by Dugie Standeford

América Móvil provides telecommunications services in 25 countries in the Americas, Caribbean and Central and Europe. It is building out its networks and preparing them for 5G, which it hopes to launch in some countries in 2021. Read more...

Orange
Mar 24, 2021
by Dugie Standeford

French carrier Orange continues to broaden the reach of its 4G network, with 214 million mobile customers worldwide, according to its 2020 annual report. It has deployed 5G in several countries and is looking ahead to 6G. Read more...

China Mobile
Mar 18, 2021
by Dugie Standeford

Granted a 5G commercial licence in June 2019, China Mobile is now focused on strengthening and updating its existing businesses, exploring new growth areas and adding value to mobile customer services through such things as smart home operations (5G+). As of June 2020, it had 947 million mobile customers, with… Read more...

SoftBank
Mar 18, 2021
by Dugie Standeford

Japanese operator SoftBank's priorities revolve around creating a "world where all things, information and minds are connected." It remains focused on high-altitude platforms for the Internet of Things and 5G, but is also investing in artificial intelligence (AI), augmented and virtual reality, robots and other cutting-edge technologies. Read more...

Deutsche Telekom
Mar 18, 2021
by Dugie Standeford

Deutsche Telekom's long-stated goal has been to be the "leading European telco," an aim not only achieved but surpassed despite the "difficult market environment and the negative impact of coronavirus," management board chairman Tim Höttges claimed in the company's 2020 annual report. And, following its merger with Sprint, US subsidiary… Read more...

Australia (2020)
Dec 15, 2019
by Richard Handford

Australia historically has adopted an evidence-based approach to spectrum policy with an underlying belief that market-based competition between participants will produce the most favourable outcome, aided by a minimal intervention from regulators. Read more...