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Russia’s State Commission for Radio Frequencies (SCRF) has decided to extend all existing 3500MHz fixed-wireless operating licences until 1 July 2022, the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications & Mass Media... more
Russia’s Ministry of Digital Development, Communications & Mass Media issued a statement confirming that government agencies have not yet agreed on the extension of existing fixed-wireless broadband frequency licences used... more
Ukrainian ISP Giraffe, a provider of wireless broadband access based on WiMAX and Canopy systems, announced on its website yesterday (16 December 2020) that it will cease 'provision of telecommunications... more
Russia’s State Commission for Radio Frequencies (SCRF) has no intention of approving 5G frequency licences in the 3.4GHz-3.6GHz band for WiMAX fixed-wireless broadband operators FreshTel and Neosprint – subsidiaries of... more
British mobile network operator (MNO) Three UK has entered into a GBP100 million (USD127 million) infrastructure agreement with SSE Enterprise Telecoms to enhance connectivity and deliver what it claims will... more
The National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) of the Philippines issued a memorandum on 29 July 2020 formally extending all existing permits, certificates and licences of telecom services providers and broadcasters until... more
As Mexico prepares for the 5G era, three domestic players have reportedly renewed legacy spectrum rights covering the 5G-suitable 3.5GHz band. According to El Economista, the Federal Telecommunications Institute (Instituto... more
It has been confirmed that Algerian WiMAX-based B2B broadband operator Smart Link Communication (SLC) and its satellite subsidiary Divona ceased all telecom activities in the country on 21 August 2019,... more
Residents of Impalila Island, a small settlement in the east of the country, can now access fixed and mobile telecoms following the launch of Telecom Namibia services on 19 July... more
Ukraine’s National Commission for State Regulation of Communications & Informatization (NCCIR or NKRZI) is appealing a first-instance court ruling overturning the regulator’s February 2019 decision to cancel the nationwide 3.4GHz-3.6GHz... more