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Breko welcomes 700 MHz decision, proposes auction rules

Tuesday 16 December 2014 | 13:45 CET | News
The decision of the German states and the federal government to use 700 MHz spectrum for mobile broadband instead digital broadcasts and to add it the multi-band auction in the second quarter of 2015, is welcomed by German federal broadband association Breko. The federation warns for too lose auction rules that could lead to too high licence fees and thus slow down investments in deploying fibre and mobile networks to ensure rural broadband coverage. Breko also proposes several finance possibilities for the auction yields, which are to be used for ensuring 50 Mbps broadband coverage fro all

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Categories: Fixed / Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: BREKO
Countries: Germany
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