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28 November 2012
| Kavit Majithia
The Czech Telecommunication Office (CTU) has said it will not announce results for the sale of 4G frequencies today as expected.
No reason was given for why the delay has occurred, or why
the auction has been left open. It also...
Czech Telecommunication Office
South Korea’s Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning has released figures stating that 4G accounts for 92% of all data traffic in the country.
Azerbaijani mobile CDMA operator Nakhtel is reportedly seeking a licence to provide GSM services in the country.
China Telecom is to test its 4G network in 40 cities across the country, extending its reach from 16 locations after receiving approval from regulators.
EE has extended its 4G network in the UK to 13 new locations.
Norwegian regulators have postponed a planned mobile spectrum auction in the country that was originally scheduled for January 2015.
TE Connectivity has announced it has upgraded its antenna systems to 4G, in a bid to allow customers that presently use 2G and 3G services to deliver more capacity over their networks.