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Icelandic 5G consultation indicates willingness to share infrastructure

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The Icelandic Post and Telecom Administration (PTS) said it has published the results of its consultation begun in September 2019 concerning collaboration and sharing telecommunications infrastructure, with a focus on 5G. The main conclusions are that market participants believe that there is generally a reason to look more closely at collaboration and sharing, with the aim of making 5G viable economically.

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