Brussels regional govt signs 5G protocol with operators

Monday 23 July 2018 | 08:44 CET | News
The Brussels regional government has agreed to work with the mobile operators on the development of 5G networks in the capital region. The government and three operators signed a protocol covering issues related to the environment and health, economy and employment, the smart city and future investments, reports 7sur7.be. They also agreed to a platform for continuing talks, announced Rudi Vervoort, the minister president of the region.

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Countries: Belgium
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