Croatia begins public debate on LTE

23 Jan 2012

Seenews.com reports that Croatia’s telecoms regulator, HAKOM, has initiated a public discussion on changes to the country’s frequency band allotment plan aimed at opening up opportunities for the implementation of 4G mobile Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology. ‘Taking into consideration market demand and the decision of the European Commission to enable usage of LTE technologies over frequency bands of 900MHz and 1800MHz, HAKOM wants to provide the same functionalities to operators in Croatia’, the regulator said in a statement.