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GSMA outlines 5G spectrum requirements in new policy paper

Wednesday 7 November 2018 | 11:14 CET | News
The GSMA has released a new position paper outlining the mobile industry's recommendations for public policies that support a successful 5G roll-out. The industry group wants large blocks of multiple types of spectrum made available at affordable prices to ensure a quick roll-out of the next generation of mobile networks. 

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