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Austria still has a chance to become a 5G leader - WKO

Wednesday 20 September 2017 | 08:31 CET | News
The Austrian Association for Telecommunications and Broadcasting in the Austrian Chamber of Commerce (WKO) welcomed the clear message by the Minister of Technology Jorg Leichtfried and the MP Eva-Maria Himmelbauer (OVP) on the urgent need to adopt an amendment to the Telecommunications Act. According to Gunther Singer, Chairman of the Association for Telecommunications and Broadcasting, there is still the chance that Austria will become one of the leading countries in the implementation of 5G.

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