EE pledges to improve UK network with spectrum sale proceeds

Monday 7 November 2011 | 11:18 CET | News
Everything Everywhere plans to use proceeds from the sale of some of its spectrum to improve its UK mobile network, reports The Telegraph. The company was ordered by the EU to sell some of its 1,800 MHz spectrum, originally allocated free from the UK government, as approval for the UK merger of Orange and T-Mobile. UK MPs have expressed concern that the group could keep all the profits from the sale. However, in a statement the group said that it planned to use all proceeds from the sale of the spectrum to invest in its UK network for the benefit of customers. The group also said that it paid

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Everything Everywhere / Orange / T-Mobile
Countries: United Kingdom
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