Entropia gets permit for Belgian private-mobile network

Friday 22 June 2018 | 16:11 CET | News
Entropia Critical Concept can now develop a network for business-critical communication on Belgian territory after receiving a permit from regulator BIPT. The permit will run for ten years, but can be extended by another five. The Belgian network will be connected to the Dutch one.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: BIPT / Entropia
Countries: Belgium / Netherlands
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