Google says it has no plans to bid for UK spectrum

Tuesday 20 November 2007 | 15:39 CET | News
Google has no plans to bid for wireless spectrum in the UK, despite planning a meeting with regulator Ofcom, writes The Register. The company's special initiatives manager, Chris Sacca, told The Register that Google was not preparing a bid for UK spectrum and that it was not seeking partners. He insisted the meeting with Ofcom was only meant to establish facts relating to UK wireless regulations.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Google
Countries: United Kingdom
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