Dutch report comes out mixed on spectrum policy

Monday 26 October 2015 | 10:59 CET | News
The effectiveness of the Dutch spectrum policy is not easy to evaluate, according to a report by Kwink Group for the ministry of economic affairs. Some tools used by the state have worked, while others have not, it found. In general, the state is meeting the goals of the spectrum policy paper of 2005, such as efficient and effective spectrum usage. However, the 'state of the spectrum' is not determined only by the state, but also by a number of factors, particularly at market players. Among other reasons complicating the evaluation, the policy goals were merely qualitative and not

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