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Anacom says Altice challenge will not delay DTT migration

Monday 21 October 2019 | 15:17 CET | News
The president of Anacom, Joao Cadete de Matos, said that the opposition made by Altice Portugal to the changes to the Frequency Usage Rights will not put into question the migration of DTT from the 700 MHz band, for the implementation of 5G, reports Lusa. The president added that the pilot test in Odivelas will take place on 27 November as originally planned. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Altice Portugal / Anacom
Countries: Portugal
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