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Dutch govt mulls keeping some spectrum for niche providers

Wednesday 11 July 2018 | 16:09 CET | News
In its Digital Connectivity Action Plan, the Dutch government has again mentioned the possibility of reserving radio spectrum for niche providers and large users. Large organisations and companies want their own frequencies, to be able to deploy specific applications, such as private mobile telephony and M2M, independently of mobile operators.

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