E-Plus criticises 900 MHz redistribution study

Wednesday 6 April 2011 | 09:40 CET | News
E-Plus is surprised about the conclusions of a report written by the Technical University in Vienna for German telecommunications regulator BNA with regards to redistribution of the 900 MHz frequencies f. The report will be the basis on which BNA will base its regulation for 900 MHz frequency redistribution needed as the European Union announced in December 2009 that it suspect competition distortion due to the current frequency distribution. The report comes to the conclusion that there is no market distortion with regards to mobile internet frequencies. According to E-Plus this ignores

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: BNA / E-Plus
Countries: Germany
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