Tag: Telenor
Large portion of recent assignments come from a surprising source
Oct 30, 2019
by Toby Youell

It's not spectrum auctions that have produced most of the updates in this quarter's PolicyTracker Spectrum Database (PSD). The last quarter of 2019 saw 817.4 MHz of new or changed assignments, but roughly only a quarter (220 MHz) of these came from new awards. Although regulators around the world are… Read more...

850 MHz
Sep 12, 2019
by Toby Youell

A mostly 3G band, mostly used in the Americas, with potential in North America for 5G services. Read more...

Pakistan operators spar with regulator over spectrum pricing
Aug 15, 2019
by Richard Handford

Pakistan's mobile operators have until 21 August to comply with an order from the Pakistan Telecommuncation Authority (PTA) or face the expiry of their 900 MHz and 1800 MHz licences.  Read more...

Malaysia is centre of scrutiny of Axiata-Telenor deal
Jun 24, 2019
by Richard Handford

The combined market share of Axiata and Telenor in Malaysia has drawn the attention of the government and the regulator MCMC.  Read more...

Pakistan forms spectrum committee to address growing concerns
Feb 19, 2019
by Manuel R. Marti

Pakistan’s recently-elected government has created a special committee to deal with the upcoming renewal of the country's mobile operators licences, as well as the award of new 4G frequencies. Read more...

Malaysia mulls way forward for 700 MHz after political change
Dec 07, 2018
by Richard Handford

The Malaysian government is considering how to proceed with a stalled contest for spectrum in the 700 MHz band. One possibility is an auction, which would be a first for the country.  Read more...

Philippines aims to choose third operator by the end of 2018
Oct 05, 2018
by Richard Handford

It may have taken nearly a decade but the Philippines is close to ending its long-running duopoly. It is using a novel approach to achieve this. Read more...

Hungarian mobile operators raided in competition probe
Feb 07, 2018
by Jaroslaw Adamowski

The Hungarian Competition Authority is investigating two Hungarian mobile operators over possible collusion in spectrum licence bids - a charge they strongly deny. Read more...

May 30, 2017
by Jonathan Watson

(2016 entry) Sweden has always been in the vanguard of developments in the mobile sector and is likely to remain there. Mobile services are well developed and there is increasing demand for high capacity connections. As Sweden is a sparsely populated country, mobile broadband has, in many areas, become a… Read more...

Digital TV battle in Norway settled
Jun 05, 2006
by Website author

After long and hard negotiations the concession to build Norway’s new digital television network has gone to NTV (Norges Televisjon), owned jointly by the three terrestrial channels. Read more...