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Dense Air will not give up 3.5 GHz band

Monday 30 September 2019 | 16:31 CET | News
Dense Air will not give up its licence and the right to use the 3.5 GHz band, required by the National Communications Authority (Anacom) for the launch of 5G mobile telephony in Portugal next year. Speaking to Jornal Economico, general director Tony Boyle added that the operator accepts "that other telecom operators can also use" this band and is working on this issue with Anacom.

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Companies: Anacom
Countries: Portugal
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